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Police Cars Still Using Premium Fuel
TEMPO Interactive, Jakarta:The Jakarta Police says the institution is not concerned about the restrictions for subsidized fuel usage for its official cars. However, three days after the restrictions were applied some patrol cars were still seen refueling their vehicles with Premium fuel.
Jakarta Police operational bureau Sr. Comr. Agung Budi Maryoto said the regional police have not been receiving subsidized fuel since 2008. Since then, the police have been using Pertamax fuel.
Agung added that with such conditions, the subsidized fuel restrictions for the state’s official vehicles, state-owned enterprises (SOEs) and regional enterprises, including the Indonesian National Army (TNI) and National Police (Polri) would not have much impact on operational costs. “We haven’t been using subsidized fuel for a long time,” said Agung.
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