Blora Police Polda Central Java – A unique activity was carried out by the Blora Police Polda Central Java to attract sympathy from residents, especially motorists passing through the Simpang 3 area of Blok T Blora.
Joint members of the Blora Police Obedience Operations Task Force opened a free mask stand and social assistance in the form of barokah clothing suitable for use.
Blora Police Chief Polda Central Java Adjunct Senior Commissioner Wiraga Dimas Tama, SIK through Head of Traffic AKP Edi Sukamto, SH, MH said that his party deliberately set up a social service stand in the Blok T area, with the aim of attracting sympathy from the community as well as conveying appeals for health protocols and orderly passing. cross.
As for the technical implementation of the activity, every community in need, especially the needy, such as pedicab drivers, cow drivers, parking attendants and others are welcome to take their own masks or barokah clothes suitable for use.
“We have prepared a special stand for them, they can take it as needed. but still pay attention to health protocols. And of course, during this activity, we convey the appeal for health and traffic rules, at the same time we distribute brochures and safety stickers,” explained the Head of Traffic at the Blora Police.
The Indonesian National Police officer, who likes cycling, added that sympathetic activities will continue to be carried out by the Blora Police through the 2021 Candi Obedient Operations Task Force, and of course using targets and locations that are not aligned.
“Although obedient operational activities are focused on social services and health program appeals, we hope that the public remains vigilant and maintains safety. Do not try to violate traffic laws, because the origin of the violation is the beginning of the accident. So, care for your life by being obedient and orderly in traffic,” said AKP Edi Sukamto.
In this activity, 200 masks and hundreds of pieces of blessing clothes were distributed.
The opening of the Social Service Stand received a positive response from the community, one of which was Karno, a pedicab driver who used to hang out at the old station. he said he likes to say thank you, “Thank you for the help, of course these clothes are very useful for us,” said Karno.