Meikarta plan abides by spatial regulation: Minister

Agrarian and Spatial Planning Minister Sofyan Djalil has positive that a Meikarta skill devise in Bekasi, West Java, was grown in suitability with a spatial formulation regulation, quite a 84-hectare land that had already been acquired by a developer.

“From a side, there is no problem,” pronounced Sofyan in Jakarta on Friday after a Corruption Eradication Commission (KPK) named Lippo Group executive Billy Sindoro, along with dual Lippo Group consultants – Taryudi and Fitra Djaja Purnama – and Lippo worker Henry Jasmen, as suspects.

The KPK also named Bekasi Regent Neneng Hasanah Yasin and other Bekasi administration officials as suspects for allegedly usurpation bribes from those businesspeople in a box revolving around a distribution of permits for a Meikarta project.

The KPK indicted a developer of a devise of earnest cheat income amounting to Rp 13 billion (US$855,471) to a series of Bekasi administration officials.

Sofyan pronounced a temptation box was authorised to start since a chartering routine was carried out not with a pure mechanism.

Therefore, he called on other developers to arrange a chartering request by a Online Single Submission (OSS), that was being grown by a executive government.

“All chartering processes were implemented in a informal administrations. We [in a ministry] usually manipulate a spatial plan. Therefore, we need a OSS complement so that there would be no behind doorway deals,” he added.

Meikarta, grown by PT Mahkota Sentosa Utama (MSU), a auxiliary of PT Lippo Cikarang, partial of a Lippo Group, is a group’s flagship project. (bbn)

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