Jakarta, CNN Indonesia —
The Corruption Eradication Commission (KPK) searched a number of offices in the Kapuas Regency Government, Central Kalimantan, to find evidence related to the alleged corruption case that ensnared Regent Ben Brahim S Bahat and his wife who is also a member of the Republic of Indonesia DPR Ary Egahni, Thursday (30/3).
Quoting from Antara, at least three offices were searched by KPK officers in Kapuas.
First, searches were carried out at the Office of the Personnel and Human Resources Development Agency (BKPSDM) on Jalan Pemuda Kuala Kapuas, the Office of the Health Service, and the Office of the Kapuas District Education Office on Jalan Tambun Bungai, Kuala Kapuas.
The arrival of the KPK Team at the BKPSDM Office at around 09.00 WIB using four cars. Meanwhile, at the Health Service Office, the KPK Team used five cars.
After conducting a search at the Kapuas Health Service Office at around 12.00 WIB, the KPK team headed to the Education Office on Jalan Tambun Bungai, Kuala Kapuas.
The search, which was carried out by the KPK Team at the two district government offices, was closely guarded by heavily armed police officers.
As of 12.30 WIB, the KPK team was still searching three offices to look for evidence of corruption that was allegedly committed by the number one married couple in the local district.
On the first and second day after the KPK named Kapuas Regent Ben Brahim S Bahat and his wife Ary Egahani who are also members of the Republic of Indonesia DPR from the NasDem Party on Tuesday (28/3) as suspects in alleged corruption, searches were carried out at the local regent’s office and residence personal Ben Brahim S Bahat, on Jalan Kenanga, Kuala Kapuas.
Then the second day (29/3) continued to the PUPRPKP Service Office, the PMPTSP Service on Jalan Tambun Bungai, Kuala Kapuas, and the Kapuas Regional Drinking Water Company (PDAM) Office on Jalan Mahakam, Kuala Kapuas.
Previously, Deputy Regent of Kapuas Nafiah Ibnor said that local government service activities were currently continuing normally after Regent Ben Brahim S Bahat was detained by the KPK.
“Government activities from villages to cities continue to run normally as usual,” said Nafiah.