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Govt To Give Rp 50 Million In Compensation To Families Of Victims Of Stampede

This picture taken on Oct. 1 shows security personnel (lower) on the pitch at Kanjuruhan stadium in Malang, East Java. (AFP/STR)


 October 4th, 2022  |  14:49 PM  |   334 views



The government will give 50 million rupiah ($3,268) in compensation to the families of at least 125 people who died in a stampede at a football stadium at the weekend, a senior minister said.


President Joko "Jokowi" Widodo's office intends to give out the funds within one or two days.


Meanwhile, at least nine local police officers have been suspended in the Indonesian city where clashes and a stampede killed at least 125 people, the national police said Monday.


"Based on the instruction of the national police chief, the East Java police chief has... suspended nine officers. They are all under investigation," Insp. Gen. Dedi Prasetyo told a press conference, adding that 28 officers had been questioned.


The police chief in Malang city has also been removed from his position, Dedi said.


"Based on the investigation carried out... tonight the national police chief has made a decision to relieve Malang police chief Ferli Hidayat from his duty and replace him," Dedi told the televised press conference.



courtesy of THE JAKARTA POST

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