President Jokowi Hands Over 7,125 Land Certificates in Cimahi
Date 11 September 2017
In his working visit to West Java Province, President Joko Jokowi Widodo on Monday (11/9) handed over 7,125 land certificates to the locals at the Brigif Field, Cimahi, West Java.
President Jokowi told the people attending the event that they are lucky to be part of an agenda of distributing 19 million land certificates in West Java.
On that occasion, the President explained that certificate holders must mind several things, including to keep the certificate in proper and safe place. Keep it properly after being photocopied. Thus, if the certificate lost, there is a copy of it. Bring the copy to the National Land Agency (BPN) so it can be reissued, the President added.
President Jokowi also reminded people to use the certificate for productive sectors considering the collateral value of land certificate in West Java has reached Rp180 trillion. If you use it as collateral for bank loan, or investment, do not use it for temporary benefits. And, do not lost the certificate, the President firmly said.
President also urged people to always maintain the unity and solidarity of the country. People should be grateful for and uphold the ethnic, religion, language, and culture diversities in Indonesia. I warn you to be careful. We should not be separated because of the differences, the President added.
Not to mention ahead of politic years when regional election is conducted simultaneously around the country. President Jokowi warned people to think straight and use their common sense in exercising their rights to vote. I remind you that the political event is only held once every 5 years. So, use it. Do not provoke and dont get provoked. Dont let our daily lives disrupted because of it. We must use common sense and be rational in voting for the best leader. Dont pit against each other, the President asserted.
Also accompanying President Jokowi in the working visit were Cabinet Secretary Pramono Anung, Minister of Public Works and Public Housing Basuki Hadimuljono, Minister of Agrarian and Spatial Planning/Head of National Land Agency (BPN) Sofyan Djalil, Presidential Chief of Staff Teten Masduki, and West Java Vice Governor Deddy Mizwar.