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Coordinating Minister for Political, Legal and Security Affairs Wiranto has admitted poor law enforcement against forest arsonists.
The National Police Headquarters has named 87 suspects in forest fires in six provinces.
BMKG of Supadio Pontianak announced there are still 148 hotspots detected on Wednesday, August 14, that might lead to a fire in West Kalimantan.
Commander of the joint task force on the South Sumatra smog disaster reportedly ordered his men to 'shoot on the sight' wildfire arsonists.
Peatland Restoration Agency (BRG) deputy, Budi Wardhana, said that wildfire in the peatland caused huge economic losses.
Large concentration of hotspots has been detected in many Southeast Asian countries, including Indonesia, Malaysia, and Papua New Guinea.
Lapan releases on its website today, August 8 that there are 608 hotspots across Indonesia, which could become an early indication of wildfire.
BMKG's latest satellite observation on Thursday morning today shows 264 hot spots indicating forest and land fires in Sumatra.
The Meteorology, Climatology and Geophysics Agency (BMKG) of Sultan Thaha Jambi noted there were 30 hotspots captured by the satellite imagery.
Thick smog allegedly caused by land and forest fire in Riau province clouded high buildings in Pekanbaru city, Tuesday, March 26.
The Terra and Aqua Satellite detected a 100 percent increase of Indonesian wildfire hotspots indicating land and forest fire in Riau areas.