NUSADAILY.COM – Jakarta – DKI Jakarta Provincial Government has explained that the permit to expand the Ancol area. The DKI Jakarta Provincial Government claims to utilize the reclaimed land by building a historical museum of the Prophet Muhammad.
“DKI Jakarta Provincial Government is committed to utilizing the land resulting from the expansion in a transparent manner and prioritizing public interests including the construction of children’s playgrounds and the construction of the International Museum of the History of the Prophet Rasulullah Sallallahu Alaihi Salam and Islamic Civilization in the Ancol region. Groundbreaking was carried out in February 2020, “said Secretary of the City of Saefullah told reporters at the City Hall on Friday (3/7/2020).
Saefullah explained, there were arrangements for the use of the Ancol reclamation land so as to prioritize the public interest. DKI Jakarta Provincial Governor Anies Baswedan, he said, issued Governor Decree Number 237 of 2020 concerning the Implementation Permit for the Expansion of the 35-hectare Fantasy World Recreation Area and the East Ancol Impian Recreational Park area of 120 hectares.
“What was signed on February 24, 2020, while one of the implementation permits granted was used for the management of HPL from land that already exists in East Ancol. Over the past few years, there have been approximately 20 hectares of arising land in East Ancol, “Saefullah said.
“(Land arises) Produced from the dredging muds of the rivers in Jakarta yesterday, the Kepgub has been made so that it can get a certificate from BPN and the land expansion in Ancol can be used legally and the implementation of development can be accounted for. I convey this, “he added.
In the Kepgub, it was stated that a land area of approximately 20 ha that had been formed based on an agreement between the DKI Provincial Government and PT Pembangunan Jaya Ancol (PJA) on April 13, 2009 was part of the plan to expand East Ancol covering an area of approximately 120 ha. As is well known, The permit was issued by Anies through Governor Decree (Kepgub) No. 237 of 2020. He signed the Kepgub on February 24, 2020.
Anies promised to give an explanation about it.
“Later, it will be explained completely,” Anies said when asked by reporters at DKI Jakarta City Hall, Tuesday (6/30). (wok / wan)