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Djarot Meets Ahok at Brimob Detention Center, Discuss Programs

TEMPO.CO, Jakarta - Jakarta Governor Djarot Saiful Hidayat met with Basuki Tjahaja Purnama alias Ahok in Brimob detention house Saturday in Depok.

According to Djarot, he discussed some issues with Ahok, particularly about their unfinished programs. Dajrot explained that Ahok asked him about the construction of Al-Mubarokah Mosque in Kalijodo. The mosque is being built to replace the one destroyed during an eviction in the former red district area.

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“I was asked about the mosque construction. I said: Alhamdulillah, [the land] has been received by the waqf [endowment] agency… It’s now being processed. I said that we will unveil it around October,” Djarot said at Jakarta City Hall today.

Moreover, Djarot said, Ahok also asked him about programs that have been or will be inaugurated in the near future, such as the controlled storage atmosphere (CAS), development of Jakgrosir, construction of Semanggi elevated roads, Transjakarta’s corridor 13 and the regional budget.

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“Because he [Ahok] doesn’t follow the news,” he said.

Djarot was sworn in as Jakarta Governor on Thursday, June 15. He took over Ahok’s post after the latter resigned over a blasphemy case. The former Blitar Mayor will only serve as Jakarta Governor for four months without having a deputy.

Djarot will be replaced by incoming Jakarta governor Anies Baswedan in October.

LARISSA HUDA

 



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