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TEMPO Interactive, Jakarta:Indonesian Police chief general Timur Pradopo, said the meeting held with police officers on Monday morning was not related to a graft scandal involving the procurement of driverís license (SIM) simulators.
"It's related to the ketupat operation since itís close to Eid Al-Fitr (Lebaran)," he said at the Police Science College (PTIK) campus.
On Monday morning police officers of all ranks, including three-star generals, filled the campus on Kebayoran Lama, South Jakarta, answering the chiefís summons to the meeting, which lasted about two hours and was not open to the press. Also present was retired officer Adang Darajatun and former chairman of the Corruption Eradication Commission (KPK) Taufiqurrahman Ruki.
The head of the Police public relations division, Brigadier General Anang Iskandar, confirmed that the Police chief had requested those present not to commit graft, collusion or nepotism (KKN).
"Middle-ranking officers were asked not to commit KKN, anyone guilty must be prosecuted," texted Anang.
The police are currently under the spotlight after the KPK is investigating a case involving several high-ranking police officers. There is now a tug of war, with both bodies fighting for the right to investigate the case.
Both institutions have named the same three suspects: Budi Susanto, Sukotjo S. Bambang and Didik Purnomo. ANGGRITA DESYANI