Police Security Guarantees PT Freeport Employees is Still Working

By : Herry Barus And Aldo Bella Putra | Sunday, August 20 2017 - 23:16 IWST

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INDUSTRY.co.id - Timika, - Papua Police Chief Inspector General of Police Boy Rafli Amar guarantees the safety of PT Freeport Indonesia employees as well as the working Freeport subcontractor company or their counterparts who are deployed from strikes in Timika.

"One hundred percent we guarantee, do not worry, please work as usual," said Boy Rafli, in Timika, Papua, Saturday night (19/9/217)

He confirmed that after reviewing the offices of PT Petrosea, a Freeport contracting company that destroyed a mass of employees on strike on Saturday evening.

The Papua Police Chief affirmed that the police officers assisted by the TNI from all units in Timika are ready to provide security and protection for employees who choose to keep working with their families.

"We will face them if they (strike employees, Reda) are good then of course we will serve them well to rally, but if they do anarchic things like today, we will take law enforcement measures," Said Boy Rafli.

He ensured that the mobility of PT Freeport Indonesia vehicles from the lowlands to the Mimika highlands area returned to normal as usual from Sunday (20/8).

Mass-burning vehicles such as container trailer trucks, water tankers and others is still lying in the middle of the shaft road connecting Amamapare-Timika-Tembagapura Harbor around Check Point 28 will soon be removed from that location.

The vehicles burned were also evidence for the investigation of the case.

"There are no roadblocks, only a few vehicles are burned and destroyed by the masses, they are evidence for the legal process of this case," said the Papua Chief of Police again. (Ant)

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