The day after Eid, Chief of Greater Jakarta Metropolitan Police and Jakarta Commander of the Military Region, Held Coordination
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The day after Eid, Chief of Greater Jakarta Metropolitan Police and Jakarta Commander of the Military Region, Held Coordination

Tribratanews.polri.go.id. – Jakarta. Chief of Greater Jakarta Metropolitan Police, Police Inspector General M. Fadil Imran and Commander of the Military Jakarta Region Major General Dudung Abdurachman visited the Jakarta City’s Hall building.

The two of them are known to have held a coordination meeting with the Governor of Jakarta Metropolitan Region, Anies Baswedan, about preparing to secure the backflow of Eid 2021.

This was confirmed by the Head of Public Relations of Greater Jakarta Metropolitan Police, Police Grand Commissioner Yusri Yunus. “Yes (Chief of Greater Jakarta Metropolitan Police and Commander of the Military Jakarta Region meeting with the Governor of Jakarta City Hall),” said Head of PR, Friday (14 May 2021).

Until now, the meeting is still ongoing and is said to be closed from the public

Previously, a coordination meeting between the Chief of Greater Jakarta Metropolitan Police and Commander of The Military Jakarta Region had also been held to discuss the same thing. The coordination meeting was also attended by the High ranks executives of Greater Jakarta Metropolitan Police and Jakarta Raya Military Regional Command ranks.

“We, Chief of Greater Jakarta Metropolitan Police, then Commander of The Military Jakarta Region, Fleet Commander-in-chief 1, Operational Commander-in-chief 1 line of the Indonesian National Armed Forced and National Police held initial coordination meetings to anticipate Eid’s backflow,” said Chief of Greater Jakarta Metropolitan Police.

Chief of Greater Jakarta Metropolitan Police said it was estimated that 1.6 million people would return to Jakarta after the Eid holiday. “The number of travellers who travelled by land, by train and air before the ban on going home means that before 6 May and people who were still determined to go home at the time of the homecoming ban as it is known in Kedungwaringin and toll roads, it is estimated that the community will leave around 1.2 million,” explained The Chief of Greater Jakarta Metropolitan Police.

During the meeting, the Greater Jakarta Metropolitan Police and Commander of Military Jakarta Region formulated a strategy to protect the backflow and anticipate crowds. ” We agreed to collaborate with Indonesian National Disaster Management Authority (BNPB) and the Jakarta metropolitan government to strengthen airports, stations, ports and rest areas which are used as facilities and infrastructure to return to after the homecoming,” added The Chief of Greater Jakarta Metropolitan Police.

In addition, his party, together with the Commander of the Military Jakarta Region, will also prepare antigen swabs and empower the community base. “The Commander of Military Region has Babinsa, N.C.O., and Operational Commander-in-chief; N.C.O. Dirgantara, who have the task of coaching the community in order to break the Covid-19 chain. National Police has Community Police Officer,” concluded Chief of Greater Jakarta Metropolitan Police.

“We agreed to optimize our resources by increasing 3T, testing, tracing, treatment in resilient villages and micro social restrictions against the COVID-19. Later, antigen swabs will be carried out at the community base,” concluded the Chief of Greater Jakarta Metropolitan Police.

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