KLHK Acts Decisively In Illegal Use of Protected Forest Areas In Batam!
The case of the land clearing in the protected forest area of Batam City received some serious attention from the KLHK. Here's the news!
This is like the affirmation of the Director of Criminal Law Enforcement of the Director General of the Gakkum KLHK, Yazid Nurhuda, recently.
When contacted by the Tribun, Yazid asserted his party would take firm action against the perpetrators if caught.
"Of course everything must be in accordance with legal procedures and this is certainly related to environmental permits," he explained.
In fact, he explained if the land clearing activity was carried out without permission from the local government, KLHK would not hesitate to follow up.
"Indeed there has been no incoming report related to that matter (land clearing by PT. PMB in protected forests). But yesterday there was a report, we have taken action against land clearing to build housing (in Batam)," he said without mentioning the name of the company.
He said, one of the companies in Batam was still being explored in its case.
These consumers gather to make minutes of complaints about the obscurity of the land that owned by PT. PMB addressed to the National Consumer Protection Department (BPKN).
"Our money has come in and it has been even paid off," said Sukardi, one of the consumers.
Each of these consumers feels cheated due to the lack of follow-up from PT. PMB after the land purchase fee is paid in full.
"We didn't know there were legal issues regarding the land. We did not know that it was included in a protected forest area, anyways because the price was cheap so it was finally bought," said another consumer. (tribunbatam.id/dipanusantara)
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