Heryanti Akidi Tio's Child Is Short Of Breath, The Doctor Brings An Oxygen Tube To His Home In Palembang
The house of Heryanti, son of Akidi Tio in Palembang/ANTARA

PALEMBANG - Health workers from the South Sumatra Provincial Government Health Service are treating the daughter of the late Akidi Tio, Heriyanti. He had shortness of breath at home.

Akidi Tio's daughter, Heryanti, was treated by a nurse and a doctor with a medium-sized oxygen cylinder at her private home on Jalan Tugu Mulyo, Ilir Timur 1 District, Palembang City.

An official from the Health Service, Teja Kusuma, said that their arrival was based on instructions from the head of the office to provide treatment for someone who was experiencing shortness of breath.

"We were ordered to come here by the leadership in the office, there are those who are short of breath," he said, quoted by Antara, Tuesday, August 3.

Based on location monitoring, it appears that police officers are still on guard while the doctor is treating Heryanti.

The house is tightly closed only the main fence is open showing a white Mitsubishi Outlander and the host's pet spearhead dog.

Based on the information gathered in the field, the South Sumatra Police are planning to summon Heryanti and her husband Rudi Sutadi and several other family members of the late Akidi Tio.

The police are exploring the certainty regarding the correctness of the projected IDR 2 trillion grant for the COVID-19 response, Tuesday.

However, the person concerned did not come to the South Sumatra Police Headquarters, until it was scheduled to be released this afternoon by the South Sumatra Police General Criminal Investigation Director.

Previously, the police conducted an intensive investigation for approximately nine hours on four members of the family of the late Akidi Tio, Monday, August 2 night.

The Director of General Criminal Investigation at the South Sumatra Police, Kombes Hisar Siallangan, said investigators had conducted an examination, and all the information provided by the four people guaranteed that the money was there and would be disbursed, Tuesday, through Bank Mandiri's bilyet giro.

"At first it was like that (disbursement of funds) but we'll hear about it later," he said.

According to him, before the funds must be available and proven through disbursement, the four people, namely a daughter named Heriyanti, the waiting child of Rudi Sutadi, the grandson of the late Akidi and the family's personal doctor, Dr. Hardi Darmawan, will be closely guarded by the police.

"All information is maximized to fulfill legal construction, especially to ensure whether or not there are funds worth Rp. 2 trillion," he said.

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