Serang – Ahead of the trial of the dispute over the results of the general election (PHPU) at the Constitutional Court (MK) which began on June 14, 2019, the Banten Regional Police (Polda) intensively delivered messages of security and public order (Kamtibmas) and an appeal to citizens to maintain unity and unity. Banten residents are also encouraged to respect the legal mechanism that will take place at the Constitutional Court by not carrying out demonstrations.
“We are working with religious and ulama leaders and mass organizations to work together with the Indonesian National Police and the TNI to prevent mass groups from going to Jakarta. We also conducted socialization in the media intensively. “We appeal to the Banten community to follow the legal process that takes place and respect the legal mechanism without having to take a demonstration to Jakarta,” said Banten Police Public Relations Chief AKBP Edy Sumardi, to the SP on Wednesday (12/06/2019) morning.
Edy explained, so far there has been no mass movement from Banten to Jakarta. The Banten Regional Police together with all levels of the Polres in the regencies / cities in Banten will continue to optimally take preemptive steps through a dialogue and communication approach with religious leaders, ulama, the local Indonesian Ulema Council (MUI), the Religious Communication Forum (FKUB) and the second pair candidate.
Not only that, continued Edy, Banten Regional Police also carried out preventive steps through social media supervision and the efforts of irresponsible people who wanted to disrupt national peace.
“We will supervise people who incite citizens and carry out mass-raising activities. We will also take steps to close, and check every vehicle that is suspected of being prone to crime, “he said.
Edy said, the Banten Regional Police will also examine people suspected of going to Jakarta.
“We will check the people in the terminal, the train station and the toll gate in Jakarta. Motorized vehicles will be inspected and also carry out investigations of radical groups. We want to educate the public through conducive copyright operations, “he said.
Edy said that monitoring of mass movements would be intensively carried out. Even if there are residents who remain desperate to come to Jakarta, then the steps taken are supervision and raids on luggage.
“We will take firm action against residents who are caught carrying dangerous goods,” he said.