Sentani, Jubi – Alcoholic beverages (minol) in a container unit were successfully sent back by the instruction of Jayapura regent. It has arrived at the port of Tanjung Perak Surabaya on Monday (September 18) afternoon local time.
Jayapura Police Chief, AKBP Gustaf Urbinas, who helped to escort the minol delivery to Surabaya said the owner of one container has arrived and already handed over the goods signed by both parties, both the Government of Jayapura and PT Irian Jaya Sehat.
“It took a week of the Minol sent from Jayapura port to Tanjung Perak harbor. It has arrived with the same physical condition as sent from Jayapura. After the process of delivering goods and signing documents we also carried out at the depot spill at Tanjung Perak Surabaya harbor, witnessed directly by the local government, in this case the Pol PP and the PT Irian Jaya Sehat,” said Chief of Police Jayapura through cellular network, Tuesday (September 19).
Origenesa Kaway, a custom figure in Jayapura Regency said what has been returned is no longer allowed to return and circulate in this area.
“The commitment we have declared as well as the event letter as a signed guarantee must be kept and become a reference for all of us, basically minol is no longer allowed to circulate in this area,” he said.
Local and provincial government of Papua are being pushed to prohibit alcoholic beverages by communities relate to increasing numbers of death among Papuan indigenous caused by alcoholic drinks(*)
Editor: Zely Ariane