Monday, 06 Jul 2020

Regent Inhil Inaugurates Integrated Disciplinary Enforcement Team of the Productive Society Free COVID-19


Inhil Regent, HM Wardan when inaugurating the Disciplinary Enforcement Integrated TeamInhil Regent, HM Wardan when inaugurating the Disciplinary Enforcement Integrated Team - Inhil-Regent of Indragiri Hilir Regency (Inhil), HM Wardan inaugurated the formation of the Covid-19 Safe Productive Disciplinary Society Enforcement Team. The inauguration of the formation of the integrated team was marked by the implementation of the title squad led by Regent Inhil on Monday (1 June 2020) morning at Tembilahan.

The ceremony event at that time was also attended by Deputy District Head of Inhil District, H Syamsuddin Uti, Dandim 0314 / Inhil, Lt. Col. Inf Imir Faishal and Inhil Police Chief, AKBP Indra Duaman Siahaan. Participating in the event were apple, a number of Kodim 0314 / Inhil personnel and Inhil police, Satpol PP, Dishub, Trantib, BPBD, Dinkes, and Inhil Scouts and students.

According to the Regent, the title of the team of the Covid-19 Safe Productive Society Disciplinary Enforcement Team was carried out as the start of the application of the new normal order guidelines for ASN, both within the Ministry of the Interior and local governments.

"So today in Indragiri Hilir Regency which also simultaneously in Indonesia carries out the enforcement of community discipline towards a new normal order by observing the established health protocol," the Regent said in his remarks.

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The Regent explained that there were three objectives of guiding the implementation of Covid-19 productive and safe society by the government. First, it provides direction for the development of the stages of reducing restrictions and transitions in handling Covid-19 in areas that are in line with government policy.

Second, improving coordination and harmonization and synchronization of policies and programs between the central government and regional governments, as well as the stages of reducing the restrictions and transition in handling Covid-19 in the regions.

"The last or third, increase the participation of all stakeholders in the implementation of the new protocol in an integrated and effective manner," said the Regent.

In the midst of the Covid-19 pandemic without certainty, as stated by the Regent, the order of people's lives and economy must continue.

"People still have to maintain productivity amid the Covid-19 pandemic by implementing a new order called the new normal," said the Regent.

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Meanwhile, Dandim 0314 / Inhil Lt. Col. Inf Imir Faishal appealed to the public to be able to implement health protocols in accordance with the provisions outlined by the Ministry of Health.

"For this reason, we are here together to ensure that the health protocol can be implemented in daily community activities. Although we cannot be sure when we will undergo New Normal, it depends on the readiness of all of us," added Dandim 0314 / Inhil.

The same thing was also conveyed by Inhil Police Chief, AKBP Indra Duaman Siahaan. The police chief said, starting from June 1, 2020, a national movement was carried out on disciplining the community in implementing health protocols.

"We who are present here, who participate here in this activity are the frontline in upholding this discipline. Therefore, we must synergize together in its implementation," explained the Police Chief.

After the implementation of the apple, the Inhil Regent together with the Vice Regent, Dandim 0314 / Inhil, the Inhil Police Chief along with other Forkopimda elements reviewed the Covid-19 health protocol discipline posts at several regional points in Tembilahan city.

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