Hindu Students Report Bu Urged To Bareskrim Polri About Religious Blasphemy
The Hindu Dharma Indonesia Student Association (KMHDI) visited the National Police Criminal Investigation Unit to report Ms. Urge Made Darmawati on suspicion of blasphemy (ANTARA)

JAKARTA - The Hindu Dharma Indonesia Student Association (KMHDI) visited the National Police Criminal Investigation Unit to report Made Darmawati's urge on the allegation of religious blasphemy.

Chairman of the Presedium PP KMHDI, I Putu Yoga Saputra said that he had visited the Integrated Police Service Center (SPKT) of the National Police Criminal Investigation Unit to make a report. However, the report has not been processed by investigators because there are incomplete files.

"Our report is not rejected, but asked to be completed regarding the legality of the organization, because the report is on behalf of the organization," said Putu as quoted by Antara, Monday, April 19.

Putu said that his party was asked to return tomorrow to complete the organizational documents or SK from the Ministry of Law and Human Rights.

According to Putu, his party reported Desak Made Darmawati on the allegation of religious blasphemy and the ITE Law because of the distribution of video lectures that offended Hindus.

Regarding the apology delivered by Desak Made Darmayanti, Putu said he appreciated the good faith, but continued to take legal action so that no similar incident would happen again.

"We really appreciate the goodwill of Mrs. Desak, the obligation of religious people to have the obligation to forgive each other. But we also have the right to enforce the law. Because this has violated the law. The reason is not to urge others," said Putu.

Putu hopes that in the midst of the spirit of the Indonesian people to maintain religious tolerance and moderation, similar cases do not appear again. And asked the authorities to take firm action.

According to him, the statement conveyed by Desak disturbed the peace of Hindus, so that legal efforts were made to reduce the ripples.

As previously reported, a lecturer at a private university in Jakarta, Desak Made Darmawati, apologized to Hindus for alleged religious harassment that was conveyed through a lecture.

"After paying attention to input, suggestions and criticism from various parties, with full awareness and humility I acknowledge and realize that my statement has hurt the community or Hindus and Hindu leaders as well as the harmonious lives of religious people in our society. "With humility I would like to apologize to all people or Hindus and Hindu religious leaders as well as all Indonesian people," he said in a press release in Jakarta, Sunday, April 18.

Made Darmawati's clarification and apology was delivered at a special meeting at the Pura Mustika Dharma complex, Cijantung, East Jakarta, Saturday, April 17 evening, witnessed by the Director General of Hindu Community Guidance at the Ministry of Religion (Kemenag) Tri Handoko Seto, General Chairperson of Parisada Hindu Dharma Indonesia (PHDI) Wisnu Bawa Tenaya, Rector of Uhamka Gunawan Suryoputro, as well as representatives from the Coordinating Ministry for Human Development and Culture (PMK).

Video of Made Darmawati's lectures on various social media platforms tells of her experience when she embraced Hinduism, several years ago.

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