Find The Communist Symbol On The Street, Citizens Of Pancawati Bogor Geger

Find the Communist Symbol on the Street, Citizens of Pancawati Bogor Geger

National Anti-Communist Alliance mass carrying posters during demonstrations rejecting the Pancasila Ideology Bill (HIP) in front of the DPR / MPR Building, Jakarta, Wednesday, June 24, 2020. The crowd appeared to be carrying a number of posters and banners whose contents were related to the rejection of the change in Pancasila and understand communism in Indonesia. TEMPO / M Taufan Rengganis

National Anti-Communist Alliance mass carrying posters during demonstrations rejecting the Pancasila Ideology Bill (HIP) in front of the DPR / MPR Building, Jakarta, Wednesday, June 24, 2020. The crowd appeared to be carrying a number of posters and banners whose contents were related to the rejection of the change in Pancasila and understand communism in Indonesia. TEMPO / M Taufan Rengganis

, Bogor -Warga Kampung Lewenglarangan, Pancawati Village, Caringin, Bogor Regency commotion. The reason is one of the local residents found a picture similar to the symbol of the Indonesian Communist Party, the hammer and sickle. The Head of Pancawati Village, Iqbal, said that the discovery of a picture similar to the PKI symbol coincided with the day of the National Anti-Communist Alliance action on Friday, July 3, 2020.

"I got the initial information from the village administration group yesterday. It just so happened that yesterday I was again in Bogor City," Iqbal told Tempo, Sunday, July 5, 2020.

Iqbal said he did not know exactly who first discovered the picture, but he considered it was the act of prankster who wanted to make a scene in his area. Because, according to Iqbal, at this time the issue of communism was widely discussed by the citizens. So that with the discovery of an image similar to the PKI logo, it instantly broke up the residents. "It must be fun people who want to make people noisy here," Iqbal said.

Furthermore, after confirming the existence of the picture, Iqbal said that he immediately contacted Babinsa Pancawati to visit the location. Then according to Iqbal, Babinsa also reported the discovery of the picture to the leadership of the Caringin Police Station. "The information was immediately handled by the police and even the police," said Iqbal.

While information from a Tempo source, about a month ago residents also found pictures with communist symbols. For the old case, the culprit is known, but after being raided, the villager ran away and to this day has never returned to the local area. "Is the motive to make noise or what, I do not know. It's just that the person has run away and never come back again," he said.

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