The Regent of Indragiri Hilir (Inhil), HM Wardan, asked BAZNas to cover all medical expenses for Siti Mardiah (11) who was the victim of an accident due to the pompong coil.
Not only the victims, the costs of the families who accompanied them during the treatment period were also asked by the Regent to be fully borne by BAZNas.
Bearing in mind, victims and their families are included in Asnaf who are entitled to receive.
“I am also concerned about this disaster. So I immediately asked the Head of BAZnas Indragiri Hilir to go directly to the related hospital, the cost of treating the victim,” said Indragiri Hilir Regent HM Wardan on Saturday night, May 8, 2021.
Still conveyed by the Regent, the Regional General Hospital (RSUD) even though it provides maximum service to victims and the community in general.
Because it is a responsibility, both medically and morally.
When confirmed, the Chairman of BAZNas Indragiri Hilir, HM Yunus Hasby, confirmed what the Regent ordered.
At that time, his party immediately went to the Puri Husada Tembilahan Hospital to discuss the cost of treatment for the victim.
“We have taken the victim’s data,” he explained.
Judging from the requirements as recipients of Zakat, victims and families are included in the category of asnaf as recipients. Therefore, all costs required will be borne by BAZNas.
“We are very grateful to the Regent, who has given attention to this case. It turns out that the victim and his family are poor people,” he added.
Lastly, Yunus also expressed his gratitude to the Muzaki who have distributed part of their wealth through BAZNas.
Thus, BAZNas can play a role in accordance with the provisions.
It is known that the victim had an accident while riding a pompong from Sungai Rawa Village to Sungai Luar Village, Batang Tuaka District, Indragiri Hilir, on Saturday, May 8, 2021 at around 08.00 WIB.
Unfortunately, in the middle of the trip, the victim who was sitting at the back of the pompong suddenly screamed in pain after his hijab was wrapped around the shaft of the pompong machine.
Not only the headscarf, the victim’s hair and scalp were also peeled off.