JAKARTA – The National Police Chief, General Listyo Sigit Prabowo, has instructed all Polda and Polres throughout Indonesia to hold a rally and continue to carry out large-scale patrols for the distribution of social assistance (bansos), later that evening, to the community.
Sigit said that the large-scale patrol for the distribution of social assistance was carried out to provide a sense of security and calm to the community in the midst of the Covid-19 pandemic or the corona virus.
“To the ranks of the Regional Police and Polres, at 21.00 WIB later, to carry out the apple activity and continue with large-scale patrols to distribute social assistance,” said Sigit in a written statement, Jakarta, Friday (23/7/2021).
The former Banten Police Chief emphasized that the ranks of the Regional Police and the Resort Police would later distribute social assistance (bansos) to the people who were most affected by the economy.
According to Sigit, the handover of social assistance distributed by the Government through the TNI-Polri aims to help and ease the burden on the community in the midst of the current implementation of PPKM Level 4.
“Everything we do is for the safety of the community. Of course, we all hope that the growth rate of Covid-19 will decrease, so that people can return to their activities. Hopefully, everything we do will become a field of charity for all of us,” said Sigit.
In carrying out large-scale patrols accompanied by the distribution of social assistance, Sigit emphasized all his staff to continue to prioritize a humanist approach to the community.
Previously, Sigit had instructed all Polda and Polres ranks to accelerate or accelerate the distribution of social assistance from the Government. According to him, this is to ease the burden on the community in the middle of the Level 4 PPKM period in Java-Bali.
“TNI-Polri together with other stakeholders to accelerate the distribution of social assistance to communities affected by Covid-19,” said Sigit.
Sigit also reminded the public, do not hesitate or hesitate to communicate with the authorities to ask for social assistance again if it will run out or has been used up for daily needs.
Later, it was confirmed by Sigit, that his staff would return to send the social assistance provided by the government and the police. He also said that residents can also convey if there are neighbors who have not received social assistance.
“Distribution of social assistance and drugs with proactive and reactive methods so that they can be right on target,” concluded the former Police Criminal Investigation Officer.