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The Papuan Police are ready to deploy around 1,800 personnel to anticipate disturbances in public security and order after the Corruption Eradication Commission (KPK) issued a second summons to Papua Governor Lukas Enembe, who had previously been named a suspect.
The Deputy of Papua Police, Brigadier General Ramdani Hidayat, explained that the thousands personnel were including the Jayapura Police, Papua Police and Mobile Brigade units, including the Mobile Brigade Unit from the North Sumatra Police, North Sulawesi Police, and the Maluku Police.
"1,800 personnel are ready to be mobilized if there is a disturbance in the security and social order, especially in Jayapura which is the provincial capital," he said, in Jayapura City, Saturday (24/9/2022).
According to him, Jayapura City is a barometer for security in Papua. For this reason, in addition to alerting troops, his party also conducts intensive patrols.