News Investigasi86. Papua :
Papua Regional Police Chief Inspector General Rudolf A Rodja confirmed that conditions in Jayapura had returned conducive to the aftermath of what had happened on 29 August. Now the community has started carrying out activities as usual.
“Both from Sentani and in the city of Jayapura, the community has carried out activities as usual, as if something had never happened. That is, the general situation for Papua and surrounding areas was all conducive,” said Inspector General Rudolf at the Papua Regional Police, Jalan Samratulangi, Jayapura, Thursday (Thursday) 9/12/2019).
Nevertheless, the police continued to guard in a number of areas of Papua, as many as 4,000 personnel were deployed to ensure that anarchistic demonstrations would no longer occur.
“The more than four thousand in Papua put forward the ability to deal with riots, so they come here with a shield, bring tear gas to provide security for the people of Papua,” said Inspector General Rudolf.
“Colleagues can see that now the conditions are very recovered. Colleagues can pass Entrop through South Jayapura or anywhere the original people and newcomers all seem like nothing has happened,” concluded Rudolf.