Alumni Akpol 1992 Pratisara Wirya from the ranks of the Riau Police, descended into the community who live in Pekanbaru City, Friday (27/8/2021).
The 1992 Police Academy graduates spread blessings, in the form of social assistance (Bansos) to people in need, in the midst of the economic crush of the Covid-19 pandemic.
A quick move was made by the 1992 Police Academy Alumni Pratisara Wirya from the Riau Regional Police, following the instructions of the National Police Chief General Listyo Sigit Prabowo to Akpol alumni in implementing social assistance to the community. Right on a blessed Friday, the 1992 Police Academy Alumni from the Riau Police also distributed social assistance, with a total of 556 packages in the form of basic necessities.
Manned by the Head of Public Relations of the Riau Police, Kombes Sunarto and Dirtahti, AKBP Wendri, and his wife, Social Assistance was also distributed. This is also a form of concern and service of the Police, especially the Riau Police to communities affected by the Pandemic, coupled with the implementation of PPKM (Enforcement of Restrictions on Community Activities).
Unmitigated, the distribution of hundreds of basic food packages was carried out in three locations in Pekanbaru City. The first is at the Riau Police Public Relations Office on Bima street. The target of the recipients of the social assistance was right, including the cleaning officers who served in the Riau Regional Police to the press workers (journalists) who also received the social assistance.
From there, the 1992 Police Alumni of the Riau Police then shifted to Bencah Lesung Tenayan Village. One by one the residents’ houses were visited and then given Social Assistance. “We were surprised that there was a policeman, it turns out that we were given basic food assistance. Alhamdulillah, we thank the police, they understand very well the current difficult economic conditions,” said Yusni, a local resident.
The arrival of the police certainly left a meaningful impression. Even to Grandma Nuraini. The 69-year-old woman with a paralyzed condition who lives in the Bencah Lesung Village, welcomed the arrival of the 1992 Alumni of the Riau Police Akpol at her home. His eyes sparkled, his hands trembled, a smile was constantly released from his lips.
Apparently he was very pleased with the arrival of the police. Moreover, they also provide basic necessities which are certainly meaningful for the family in this simple house. He did not stop praying that the police would always be bestowed with health and safety, which they both agreed to together.
Continuing later, social assistance was distributed to a number of residents in Wonorejo Bukit Raya Village. Still the same, here representatives who were accompanied by the Bukitraya Police Chief blusukan to residents’ homes and handed over the assistance directly. There was a warm and joyful atmosphere when the residents received the basic food packages. For them, social assistance is needed.
In addition to people’s homes, aid was also distributed to a number of street vendors who were met along the way. The scorching heat did not hinder the footsteps of the 1992 Police Akpol Alumi to give happiness to its citizens. “The current condition of sales is often quiet. I am very grateful, the policeman is helping with basic necessities, hopefully it will be a blessing and it will continue to be carried out,” said Buyung (60 years old), who sells daily.
Not only Buyung who was splashed with blessings, even construction workers, vegetable sellers, tire repairers, scavengers and traders of salak wagon fruit were also the same. In addition to providing basic necessities, this 1992 Alumni of the Riau Police Akpol even bought up all the merchandise sold by the merchant.
“Thank God, it’s noon, the sales haven’t been sold. Suddenly, all of them were bought up by the police, and they were also given basic necessities. We pray that the police will be more blessed, always healthy, “said Haru Farida (59 years) who depends on her life from trading vegetables and salak fruit.
The Head of Public Relations of the Riau Police, Kombes Sunarto, who is also listed as an Alumni of the 1992 Police, revealed that the distribution of basic necessities marked 29 years of service to the Police Force 92, intended to help people affected by Covid-19 in Riau, especially in Pekanbaru City.
“As a form of gratitude for the opportunity of 29 years of service, we are alumni of the 1992 Police Academy Battalion Pratisara Wirya who served in Riau, with the permission of the Kapolda today to distribute 556 food packages to residents in need, especially in the midst of community conditions that are currently experiencing difficulties due to the COVID-19 pandemic. -19, our fellow countrymen agreed to do something for the community,” he said.
This aid package is distributed to communities affected by the Covid-19 pandemic situation and the impact of the Implementation of Community Activity Restrictions (PPKM), where Pekanbaru is at level 4, which of course has an impact on daily income which has decreased.
“Along with the orders from the police leadership to do the best for the community, especially now that PPKM level IV is being implemented in Pekanbaru, hopefully this assistance can ease the burden and be a blessing for the community,” he continued.
As for the activity, the Social Assistance package was divided for each region visited. The distribution of basic food items was deemed very appropriate, because it was really needed by the community, and even delivered directly to their homes.
In addition to providing social assistance, the 1992 Police Academy Alumni from the Riau Regional Police also conveyed socialization to residents, to obey and comply with health protocols, as an effort to prevent the transmission of Covid-19. “I invite the whole community to continue to comply with health protocols so that we can ward off and avoid the dangers of this virus,” concluded Narto