REPUBLIC OF INDONESIA MINISTER OF SOS GIVES AWARD TO POLDA SULSEL REVEALS CORRUPTION ASSISTANCE OF COVID-19 WORTH OF 20 BILLION

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The Indonesian Minister of Social Affairs, Tri Rismaharini, gave awards to the South Sulawesi Regional Police Chief, South Sulawesi Deputy Police Chief, Dirreskrimsus and their special staff, the Special Criminal Investigation Directorate (Ditreskrimsus) Corruption Crime Sub-Directorate (Tipidkor) of the South Sulawesi Regional Police for their role in saving state finances related to Corruption in the Distribution of Non-Cash Food Assistance (BPNT). ) Covid-19 Fiscal Year 2020.

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The award was given at the Mappaoddang Hall of the South Sulawesi Regional Police on Jl. Independence Pioneers, Kec. Biringkanaya, Makassar, South Sulawesi Province. Monday, (26/12/22)

The presentation of this award was witnessed by the Chairman of Commission VIII DPR RI Ashabul Kahfi, Governor of South Sulawesi Andi Sudirman Sulaiman, officials within the Ministry of Social Affairs.

The Minister of Social Affairs of the Republic of Indonesia greatly appreciates the performance of the South Sulawesi Regional Police and its staff who have succeeded in uncovering this social assistance corruption case. He revealed that this state financial rescue was spectacular and was clear evidence that the South Sulawesi Police had been painstaking in uncovering this case.

“A big thank you to the South Sulawesi Police Chief and staff, because this can encourage others to reveal the same case, I hope that cases like this will not happen again, because this is the right of the underprivileged,” said Tri Rismaharini.

It is known, in the suspected case of the Covid-19 BPNT Distribution Corruption, the South Sulawesi Police managed to save 20 billion worth of state finances.

The number of suspects who have been named are 14 people who come from three different districts, namely, Sinjai Regency, Takalar Regency and Bantaeng Regency. As for now there are still 2 (two) Regencies/Cities awaiting the results of the social assistance audit, there are 2 (two) areas still under investigation.

Meanwhile, the South Sulawesi Regional Police Chief Inspector General of Police Nana Sudjana said that this award would certainly be a motivation in carrying out future tasks.

“Thank you very much and it is an honor for us, with this award, it is an encouragement for us to be consistent in continuing to uncover cases of criminal acts of corruption in South Sulawesi,” said the South Sulawesi Police Chief.
(Sulsel Police Public Relations)
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