Jasa Raharja Has Provided Compensation To 6 Heirs Of Sriwijaya SJ-182 Victims
Head of PT Jasa Raharja Jatim Branch Suhadi (left) hands over compensation to the heirs of Fadly Satrianto at his home, Surabaya, Wednesday, January 13. (Photo: Doc. Antara)

JAKARTA - As of Thursday January 14th, PT Jasa Raharja (Persero) has handed over compensation to six heirs of the Sriwijaya Air plane crash with flight number SJ-182 which crashed in the waters of the Thousand Islands, Jakarta.

"Following up on this, Jasa Raharja contacted and made a return visit to the victim's family to communicate to the victim's family regarding the preparation for the delivery of compensation to the victim's heirs in accordance with applicable regulations," said Jasa Raharja President Director Budi Rahardjo in a written statement in Jakarta, quoted from Antara. , Thursday January 14th.

Compensation is given compensation to 6 heirs of victims who have been identified through the transfer mechanism to the heir's account, including Okky Bisma to the wife as the heir, Fadli Satrianto to the parents / father as the heir, Khasanah to the husband as the heir, Asy Habul Yamin to wives as heirs, Indah Halimah Putri to parents as heirs, Agus Minarni to children as heirs.

"Each deceased victim receives compensation as a form of Basic Government Protection of Rp. 50 million in accordance with the Regulation of the Minister of Finance of the Republic of Indonesia Number 15 of 2017. In this case, the completion of Jasa Raharja is less than 24 hours after the announcement was identified by DVI Polri," said the Director of Jasa Raharja.

As of this Thursday, the Disaster Victim Identification Team or DVI Polri has announced the identification results of the six passengers who were victims of the Sriwijaya Air SJ-182 plane crash, namely Okky Bisma (Jakarta), Fadli Satrianto (East Java), Khasanah (West Kalimantan), Asy Habul Yamin (West Kalimantan), Indah Halimah Putri (South Sumatra), Agus Minarni (West Kalimantan).

In connection with this, Budi Rahardjo expressed his deepest condolences to the victims' families.

Previously, the Sriwijaya Air aircraft registered number PK-CLC with flight number SJ-182 on the Jakarta-Pontianak route lost contact on Saturday, January 9 at 14:40 WIB and crashed in the waters of the Thousand Islands between Lancang Island and Laki Island.

Based on manifest data, the plane that was produced in 1994 carried 62 people consisting of 50 passengers and 12 crew members. Of these, 40 adults, seven children, three babies. Meanwhile, the 12 crew consists of six active crews and six extra crews.

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