Jakarta, CNN Indonesia – Dozens of online taxi drivers staged a protest rally related to an even-odd expansion policy in front of Jakarta City Hall. The drivers who use the attributes of the Indonesian Special Rental Transport Organization (Oraski) assess DKI Governor Anies Baswedan’s policy to solve air pollution is discriminatory.
“We demand that in order to remove the policy from even-number which is discriminatory, “said one of the orators from the command car on Monday (8/19).
The Orator said that he had delivered a message to Anies. But until now there has been no response from the former Minister of Education and Culture.
Strictly speaking, the action orator said that he did not refused odd even numbers. But the government must prioritize online taxi drivers to be free from the policy.
“We are already sent a letter but has not yet responded. We don’t refuse but we ask for priority. Come on, the other drivers we are voicing together are our aspirations, “he said.
Monitoring CNNIndonesia.com in the field, dozens of online taxi drivers gather in front of City Hall. Not only that, the drivers parked their cars until snaking in front of City Hall.
Half of the Medan Merdeka Selatan Street segment is filled with online taxi driver cars. The cars are parked at least three rows along the border of the City Hall fence to the front of the National Library fence.
As a result of these protests, the flow of traffic was stalled. Because only one road can be used for the flow of other vehicles.
The police officers and Satpol PP and also the Jakarta Transportation Department are guarding the City Hall.
Just to note, Anies Baswedan plans to review even odd numbers related to online taxis. By way of using stickers as markers for online taxis that are operating.