Raffi Ahmad Reported And Sued For The Crowd Case
Raffi Ahmad vaccinated (Source: Presidential Secretariat)

JAKARTA - The issue of alleged violation of the health protocol involving Raffi Ahmad is still in the spotlight. In fact, this problem resulted in reporting and lawsuits.

Raffi became the center of attention because he was involved in a crowd at a birthday party at a house located at Jalan Prapanca Dalam No.3, Pela Mampang, Mampang Prapatan, South Jakarta. In fact, he had just been injected with the COVID-19 vaccine.

Public advocate, David Tobing, is one of those who question Raffi's actions. In fact, he sued Raffi to the Depok District Court. The lawsuit was registered with the PN DPK-012021GV1 online registration number.

Raffi's lawsuit is against the law (PMH) related to health protocols. Such as the Regulation of the Governor of DKI Jakarta Province No. 3 of 2021 concerning the Implementation Regulation of Regional Regulation Number 2 of 2020 concerning the Prevention of Corona Virus Disease 2019, Regional Regulation of the Province of DKI Jakarta No. 2 of 2020 concerning the Prevention of Corona Virus Disease 2019, and Law No. 6 of 2018 concerning Health Quarantine.

"It is very unfortunate that a prominent public figure and influencer who has been trusted by the state but does not appreciate it, does not set a good example for people who see his actions. Moreover, the governor has enforced tightening health protocols from January 11 to January 25," said David.

With Raffi's action it is feared that the community will imitate him. Later, the community will no longer apply the health protocol after undergoing vaccination.

The act was deemed to have caused immaterial losses so in the petitum of his lawsuit, David Tobing asked the Panel of Judges to sentence Raffi Ahmad to not leaving the house for 30 days after receiving the second vaccination.

In addition, said David, in his lawsuit, Raffi was asked to convey an apology and commitment to continue to socialize and apply health and vaccination protocols to the public in a number of private TV media, personal social media and national daily newspapers.

In fact, with this problem Raffi was asked to resign as an influencer related to COVID-19. In addition, the government is also asked to be more selective in choosing influencers.

"For now, Raffi can actually resign as an influencer of the vaccination program or the government can terminate him," he said.

Apart from being sued, Raffi Ahmad was also reported to the Polda Metro Jaya about the matter. The Chairperson of the DPP Infocom Defenders of the Unity of the Unified Indonesian Homeland, Lisman Hasibuan, who reported this on Friday, January 15.

However, until last night the reporting status was still in the coordination meeting stage. Later, the results of the meeting will determine whether the report is accepted or not.

"Earlier we went to Cyber Crime, this is still in the coordination stage and continues to be related to the SPKT issue," he said.

Lisman said the reason behind the reporting was because Raffi Ahmad gave a bad example. In fact, as a public figure, Raffi Ahmad is said to have to exemplify good things during the COVID-19 pandemic.

"He is a public figure, he is an influencer, just injected vaccines with the president, he continues to hold parties without wearing masks, as if there is nothing COVID-19," he said.

Not only that, Lisman also wrote to the Head of the Metro Jaya Police, Inspector General Fadil Imran. The letter contains the order to immediately establish Raffi Ahmad as a suspect.

In fact, the letter has been received. So, just waiting for further action to handle the problem.

"There is already a receipt from the Chief of Police, it is asking Raffi Ahmad and his friends to be arrested," he said.

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