DENPASAR – A case of alleged persecution and physical violence that took place at I Gusti Ngurah Rai International Airport, received serious attention from the police.

The proof is that the case with the Police Report Number: LP-B / 06 / III / 2019 / Bali / RestaDps / SekKwsUdr / March 17, 2019 was immediately followed up.

Two suspects with the initials KS and IWM, the perpetrators of beating the taxi drivers online in the case, have been detained.

“We would like to thank the KP3 Police Headquarters, Ngurah Rai Airport, Kompol Agung Raka Nugraha and Kanit Reskrim Iptu Agung Suantara, who have worked professionally with preliminary evidence that is enough to directly arrest the suspects with the initials KS and IWM, “said Togar Situmorang, SH, MH MAP, as the legal counsel for the victims of this case, on Friday afternoon.

On this occasion, Togar, who was one of the top 100 well-known advocates of the Bank Propertyn Magazine, still regretted the partisanship of the security of I Gusti Ngurah Rai Bali Airport under the auspices of PT Angkasa Pura I (Persero).

The reason is, the airport security actually prohibits online taxis from taking passengers at the Ngurah Rai Airport area. In fact, work affairs are very clearly regulated in Article 27 Paragraph (2) of the 1945 Constitution.

“Article 27 Paragraph (2) mandates that each citizen has the right to decent work and livelihood for humanity,” said Togar, who is also a candidate member of the Bali Provincial DPRD number 7 of the Denpasar City Election from the Golkar Party.

“This paragraph contains the recognition and guarantee for all people to get a job and achieve a decent level of life for humanity,” added a senior advocate dubbed the “Law Commander”.

Togar then advised the online corporate taxi to prepare regulations that could accommodate in accordance with RI Minister of Transportation Regulation Number PM 118 of 2018 concerning the Implementation of Special Rental Transportation Service Criteria.

“In Article 3 point a PM 118 states, the operating area is in urban areas and from and to airports, ports, or other transportation nodes,” explained Togar, who is also an observer of this public policy.

According to information circulating, Bali’s Ngurah Rai Airport under the auspices of PT Angkasa Pura I (Persero) is suspected of collecting tens of millions of rupiah per year from conventional taxis. This is so that the conventional taxi drivers are free in the Ngurah Rai Airport area.

“If this information is correct, it is clear that the security of Ngurah Rai Airport is aligned when there is a conflict between conventional taxi drivers and online taxi drivers there.

We are asking PT Angkasa Pura I (Persero) to be responsible for these problems, “said Togar, who is also Togar Situmorang & Associates’ Law Office Managing Partner, who is located at 5A Renon Tukad Street, Ngurah Rai 407 Sanur By Pass Road, and Jalan Gatot Subroto Timur 22 Denpasar, Bali, that.

He warned, this problem had entered the realm of law. In fact, it is alleged there are indications of conspiracy between individual airport authorities.

“So we also ask the KPK or legal apparatus to audit finance at PT Angkasa Pura I (Persero).

Likewise, Cyber ​​Pungli, we ask for an investigation regarding the alleged illegal levies in the Ngurah Rai Airport area, “said Togar.

He also asked the parties who did not have any interest, considering that this problem was in the corridor of the law, so as not to comment on the problem in the political arena.

“Don’t confuse the atmosphere by giving provocative comments. This is purely criminal, not related to groups.

It also has nothing to do with race or party and other interests. Don’t let anyone look for the stage because the democratic party is coming soon, “said Togar, who is also Chairman of the Indonesian GNPK-Bali.

For Togar, this problem is clearly a legal process. Therefore, let the legal process proceed in accordance with the applicable legal rules.

“If there are indeed rebuttal from other parties, please take the legal route. Let’s test later in court,” concluded Togar, who is also the Chair of POSSI Denpasar.