Searching 2 Locations, KPK Finds Money And Other Evidence In The Bribery Case For The Procurement Of Goods And Services For The HSU Regency Government
Acting KPK Spokesperson Ali Fikri (Photo: Screenshot of the Indonesian KPK Youtube Screen/Wardhany Tsa Tsia/VOI)

JAKARTA - Investigators from the Corruption Eradication Commission (KPK) found evidence in the form of money and electronic goods while searching two locations in the North Hulu Sungai Regency, South Kalimantan, Sunday, September 19.

This search was carried out to investigate allegations of bribery related to the procurement of goods and services in North Hulu Sungai Regency, South Kalimantan in 2021-2022 which began with hand-catching operations (OTT).

The two locations that were searched were the house of the suspect Maliki, who is the Acting Head of Public Works who is also a Commitment Making Officer (PPK) and KPA at the North Hulu Sungai Regency PUPRT Service and the Regent's official residence located in Kebun Sari Village, Amuntai Tengah District, Hulu Sungai Utara. .

"From this location, the investigative team found and secured a sum of money, various documents and electronic goods allegedly related to the case," Acting KPK Spokesperson for Enforcement Affairs Ali Fikri told reporters, Monday, September 20.

Furthermore, the evidence will be analyzed first to determine its connection with the suspects. "Later, a confiscation will also be carried out to complete the case file in question," said Ali.

Previously, the Corruption Eradication Commission (KPK) had named the Acting Head of Public Works Department who is also a Commitment Making Officer (PPK) and KPA at the PUPRT Office of North Hulu Sungai Regency, South Kalimantan, Maliki as a suspect. The decision was made after he was caught in a sting operation (OTT).

Apart from Maliki, the anti-corruption commission also named two people from the private sector, namely the Director of CV Hanamas, Marhaini and the Director of CV Kalpataru, Fachriadi as suspects.

In a silent operation that was held on Wednesday, September 15, the KPK found Rp345 million in cash. The money is suspected to be a commitment fee of 15 percent for the project to be carried out by the two private parties.

The first project is the Rehabilitation of the DIR Kayakah Irrigation Network, Kayakah Village, with an estimated price of IDR 1.9 billion. While the second project is the Irrigation Network Rehabilitation of the Banjang DIR, Karias Dalam Village.


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