Thursday, 11 August 2022 –
WARTABANJAR.COM, BATULICIN – The Tanah Bumbu Regency Government (Tanbu Regency Government) through the National and Political Unity Agency (Bakesbangpol) held a Coordination Meeting for the Supervisory Team for Community Beliefs (PAKEM).
This meeting discussed the existence of the Indonesian Ahmadiyya Congregation in Tanah Bumbu Regency.
The meeting was attended by various related parties such as Bakesbangpol, Kejari, Polres, Ministry of Religion, FKUB, MUI, Satpol PP, Sungai Loban and Kusan Tengah District Governments, as well as the Village Heads of Sumber Makmur and Sepunggur Village Heads.
In the meeting held on August 1, 2022, several agreements were made. Among them are related to the existence of the Indonesian Ahmadiyya Congregation (JAI) on the Earth of Prostration.
Namely asking JAI to stop the construction of all religious facilities in the Tanah Bumbu Regency area and that all JAI management and members do not spread all forms of Ahmadiyah teachings, either in the form of direct teaching or other media based on a joint decision of the Minister of Religion, the Attorney General and the Minister of Home Affairs.
Then in general, all JAI were asked to join the Talim assemblies in their respective areas, and when conducting recitations, they should be conducted openly to the public by involving community leaders and/or local village government.
And if you continue to take actions that violate as stated, legal action will be taken in accordance with the provisions of the applicable legislation.
In addition, an agreement was also reached regarding Brother Arbain in the village of Sepunggur, so that if you carry out activities that gather people, they should report to village officials and be open to the public by involving religious leaders, community leaders and local village officials.
Also take care of the IMB for all buildings around the house according to the applicable regulations. If needed, they can open themselves to socialize and communicate with interested parties.
The two parties involved in the decision were also present at the coordination meeting. (edj/mc)
Editor: Erna Djedi