The trending hashtag Boycott of JNE on Twitter Indonesia is still sticking out. The hashtag Boycott of JNE has reached more than 5 thousand tweets.
The messages of these tweets led to a statement asking the citizens to stop using JNE’s goods delivery service.
As information, JNE aka Nugraha Ekakurir Line was founded on November 26, 1990, which has its head office in West Jakarta.
Then, JNE received many comments and prays for their happy birthday wishes from various figures, one of which was the former Governor of DKI Jakarta, Basuki Tjahaja Purnama.
“To JNE, happy birthday. Of course, I pray and hope that its vision and mission can be achieved. JNE can become a global player and of course, the customers are very satisfied and can help the Indonesian economy,” said BTP.
It turns out that besides that, JNE also received a greeting from Ustadz Haikal Hassan.
“Alhamdulillah, in #jumatberkah today, JNE received a greeting from Ustadz Haikal Hasan. Thank you for the prayers of encouragement, Ustadz…” wrote JNE some time ago.
But unfortunately, the tweet has been deleted by @JNE_ID. However, some netizens had time to screenshot the tweet.
Netizens also brought the names of Ustadz Haikal Hassan Baras. One of the netizens even commented on one of Ustadz Haikal Hassan’s photos with a number of JNE employees.
In addition to the happy birthday wishes from Ustadz Haikal Hasan, it turns out that the netizens also highlight Ustadz Abdul Somad’s post related to JNE’s birthday.
However, many netizens have also asked about the Boycott JNE hashtag. Because this is considered useless.
In addition, there are netizens who question the routine recitation conducted by JNE employees.
Responding to that news, JNE President Director Mohammad Feriadi when confirmed sent a picture that reads if JNE embraces all groups and does not take sides with religion, ethnicity, race, and certain political views.
In this statement, JNE also said that it would continue to provide maximum service to the community.