NUSADAILY.COM – PALANGKA RAYA- Central Kalimantan Regional Police Chief Inspector General Pol Dedi Prasetyo hopes that the inauguration of Desa Pantang Mundur encourages resilient communities in the face of disasters, both COVID-19, forest and land fires (Karhutla) and resilient food security.
“Desa Pantang Mundur is a resilient village of COVID-19, a resilient village of Karhutla or forest and land fires, resilient food security,” Dedi said in a written statement received on Monday evening reported from nusadaily.com
According to Dedi, the inauguration of Desa Pantang Mundur aims to ensure that the Central Kalimantan region does not experience forest and land fires. Can overcome the COVID-19 problem and is strong in the issue of food security and not dependent on other regions.
“It is hoped that by carrying out this activity we can work together with relevant parties and the community in tackling the COVID-19 pandemic. Karhutla and Food Security in Central Kalimantan, “said the two-star general.
In these activities in addition to conducting the inauguration of the village abstinence. The committee in the activity also announced the village that won.
Because the activity was also carried out virtually to 14 city districts that participated in the village abstinence retreat. First place was won by Pangkalan Satu Village, Kumai Subdistrict, Kotawaringin Barat District, second place was Sidorejo Village, Bataguh Subdistrict, Kapuas Regency. And third place Belanti Siam Village, Pandih Batu District, Pulang Pisau Regency.
The activity was also attended by officials such as Central Kalimantan Deputy Chief of Police Brigadier General Indro Wiyono, Head of Central Kalimantan Regional Intelligence Agency (BIN) Brigadier General Slamet Urip Widodo, Chairperson of Central Kalimantan Provincial Parliament Wiyatno.
Furthermore Palangkaraya Mayor Fairid Naparin, Deputy Mayor of Palangkaraya Umi Mastikah and a number of other officials.
“Hopefully what we do is beneficial to our region and anticipating natural disasters. And handling the COVID-19 pandemic can be overcome as quickly as we can work hand in hand, “said the 1990 Police Academy Alumni. (Aka)