Nabire – Acting Governor of Central Papua Province, Dr. Ribka Haluk, S.Sos., MM expressed his condolences for the death of 1 member of the National Police, Bribda Alfiandi Steve Karamoy after being shot by the Armed Criminal Group (KKB) in Intan Jaya Regency, Friday (19/1/2024).
“On behalf of the Central Papua Provincial Government, we express our condolences for the death of 1 member of the National Police in Intan Jaya Regency. “We feel a deep loss and the families left behind are given fortitude,” said Rebekah Haluk to journalists, Saturday (20/1/2024).
Ribka Haluk regrets the incident that resulted in 1 member of the National Police in Intan Jaya Regency. Moreover, the presence of TNI-Polri officers in the area provides a sense of security to the community.
“TNI-Polri are state tools to provide a sense of security to the community. This incident should not have happened. “For this incident, we hope that the perpetrator will be processed according to his actions,” he said.
Rebekah emphasized that any religion does not condone this incident, let alone taking someone’s life. He hopes that bloodshed like this will never happen again.
“Any religion does not condone bloodshed. “I emphasize that let’s stop all forms of violence in Central Papua Province,” he concluded.
Rebekah Haluk hopes that the public will not be provoked by this incident. He hopes that the community will support the existing government in Intan Jaya Regency, which is currently led by local children.
“Currently in Intan Jaya the Acting Regent is a regional child, so I invite you to support the regional government which is currently focused on building for the welfare of the community,” he said.
He added that if this conflict continues, it will certainly have an impact on the wider community. So that for any reason there should no longer be any bloodshed, let alone shooting terror.
“If this conflict is not stopped, it will only be detrimental to society, because the economy will stop, education, health and government activities will also definitely stop. “That’s why I urge you to stop,” he asked