TNI Commander General Andika Perkasa Orders Legal Process for Raider Soldiers Who Beat Policewomen

TNI Commander General Andika Perkasa met the National Police Chief Gen. Pol Listyo Sigit Prabowo at the National Police Headquarters for the relationship and synergy between the TNI and Polri, Tuesday (23/11/2021). (Source: KOMPAS TV)

JAKARTA, KOMPAS.TV – The TNI Commander General Andika Perkasa ordered TNI investigators to process the law for members of Yonif Raider 631/Antang Kodam XII/Tanjungpura in Palangkaraya, Central Kalimantan.

This was because following the alleged beating of a member of the Battalion Raider against a female police officer or female policewoman.

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It is known that the beating occurred on Jalan Cilik Riwut KM 03, Palangkaraya at around 01.00 WIB against a policewoman named Bripda Tazkia Nabila.

“TNI Commander General Andika Perkasa has ordered all investigators and law enforcement officers of the TNI and TNI AD to carry out legal proceedings against elements of the TNI AD suspected of being involved in criminal acts,” said Head of the TNI Information Center Major General Prantara Santoso, in an official statement. quoted, Wednesday (12/8/2021).

In handling this case, said Prantara, TNI investigators will coordinate with the National Police to carry out legal proceedings against Bhayangkara Corps personnel.

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“TNI investigators are also coordinating with the National Police to carry out legal proceedings against individual members of the National Police who are suspected of being involved in the alleged crime,” he said.

Previously as reported KOMPAS.TV, the hashtag #SAVEPOLWAN went viral in cyberspace on Monday (6/12) night.

The hashtag emerged after the circulation of information related to the beating of a policewoman, namely Bripda Tazkia Nabila, by a number of people suspected of being members of the TNI in Palangkaraya.

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