Pancasila Youth Admits 16 People Detained by Police are Members

TEMPO.CO, JakartaYouth of Pancasila (PP) confirmed that 16 people were named suspects and detained by Polda Metro Jaya for being involved in chaos during the demonstration on Thursday, 25 November 2021 from front The DPR/DPD/MPR RI buildings are members.

“I conveyed that the 16 PP cadres who were detained and suspected were all true Pancasila Youth cadres. So yesterday I had a question whether it was true PP cadres, The answer is correct, “said the Chairman of the Extension and Legal Defense Agency (BPPH) PP, Razman Arif Nasution in Polda Metro Jaya, Jakarta, Monday, November 29, 2021, as quoted Between.

Razman said All members detained by the Police are in good condition.

BPPH Pemuda Pancasila has prepared legal assistance for all its members detained by Polda Metro Jaya. “There are 37 lawyers, even outside PP members want to be lawyers, but I limit them because we don’t want it to be seen as excessive,” he said.

Razman said, BPPH will apply for a stay of detention against all its members. “We will definitely submit it. We will see the articles and that is the right of every citizen,” he said.

Polda Metro Jaya named 15 members of Pemuda Pancasila (PP) as suspects because they were caught carrying sharp weapons during the demonstration

In total, 21 people were arrested in connection with the demonstration.

A total of 15 people were named suspects and detained for carrying sharp weapons. As for the articles suspected of the 15 suspects, namely Article 2 of the Emergency Law Number 12 of 1951 concerning sharp weapons.

One member of Pemuda Pancasila was named a suspect and detained because he was involved beating against the Head of Ops Ditlantas Polda Metro Jaya Adjunct Senior Commissioner Karosekali philanthropist with the suspicion of Article 170 of the Criminal Code.

Meanwhile, five other members of Pemuda Pancasila were sent home because they were not involved in a crime.

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