Elshinta.com – In commemoration of the 30th anniversary of the service of the Alumni of the Police Academy (Akpol) 91 Bhara Daksa, especially at the East Java Regional Police, held a Social Service (Baksos) in the form of distributing basic necessities, masks, and Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) as well as vaccinations on Friday ( 30/7).
This is done as a form of dedication of the alumni of Akpol 91 Bhara Daksa to the Nation and State, to help the community, especially during pandemic times like today.
Head of the East Java Police Logistics Bureau, Kombes Pol Pranyoto said, a total of 3000 packages of basic necessities and masks will be distributed to the community through Bhabinkamtibmas, to Papuans living in Surabaya and Malang, as well as various Islamic boarding schools (Ponpes), including the Independent Mukmin Islamic Boarding School Sidoarjo, and Ahlus Safa Wal Wafa Islamic Boarding School Sidoarjo.
“In addition to basic necessities, we also distributed 30,000 masks to the community and at Islamic boarding schools, as well as 3000 Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) at Bhayangkara Hospital Surabaya, H.S Samsoeri Mertojoso,” said Kombes Pranyoto.
Pranyoto added that this social service activity was also carried out by Alumni Akpol 91 throughout the archipelago.
“This social assistance is also carried out by Alumni Akpol 91 Bhara Daksa throughout the archipelago, by distributing hundreds of thousands of social assistance, as an expression of our gratitude, by helping people affected by this pandemic,” concluded Pranyoto, accompanied by the Head of Public Relations of the East Java Police, Kombes Pol Gatot Repli Handoko.
Kombes Pol Gatot Repli Handoko added that this social service activity was also carried out in Malang by holding vaccinations for the general public and distributing basic necessities to people affected by the pandemic.
“In addition to social assistance for Papuan representatives in Surabaya, we also hold vaccination activities for the community in Malang, and distribution of basic necessities to pedicab drivers, online motorcycle taxis and Aremania,” added Kombes Gatot Repli Handoko accompanied by Head of SPN Mojokerto, Pol Thomas Widodo Rahino as reported Elshinta’s contributor, Vishnu Wardhana, Saturday (31/7).
It is hoped that with the help of Alumni Akpol 91 Bhara Daksa, this can help a little and benefit the community, especially those directly affected by the Covid-19 pandemic.