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North Sumatra Helps 500 Kg of Corn Seeds to Karo

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NUSADAILY.COM – TANAH KARO – North Sumatra Regional Police Chief Inspector General Martuani Sormin gave 500 kg of corn seeds and 100 food packages to residents of Kaniba Village, Tanah Karo Regency as an effort to improve food security and commemorate the 74th Bhayangkara Day.

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“This assistance was provided in the framework of the 74th Bhayangkara Day and food security efforts of Operation Nusa Aman II to help reduce the burden on communities affected by the spread of COVID-19,” Martuani said, in his direction when visiting Kaniba Village, Karo District, Thursday (6/18) ) reported by the Antara news agency.

He said, the harvest from corn seeds planted could be used by the community to increase family income.

“The North Sumatra Police Chief also reminded the entire community to continue to follow the COVID-19 protocol,” said the former two-star general of the Assistant Operations (Asops) of the National Police.

At the handover ceremony the North Sumatra Police Chief Inspector General Martuani Sormin together with Chairman Bhayangkara Mrs. Rismna Martuani Sormin. Together with Forkopimda Tanah Karo also sowed corn seeds in the vacant land in Kaniba Village that has been provided.

Also accompanying the North Sumatra Police Chief, North Sumatra Regional Police Chief Dir Police Commissioner Hondowan Naibaho. Director of Criminal Investigation of North Sumatra Regional Police Commissioner Ronny Samtama Pol, and other North Sumatra Police PJU. (Aka)

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