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The former head of the North Penajam Paser mining office has been imprisoned and ordered to pay damages worth hundreds of billions of rupiah after reporting an illegal coal mining case to the police. It was due to the Supreme Court’s uncommon decision.
The Bali Police named the owner of Kuta Paradiso Hotel suspect based on a police report filed by Tomy Winata. Both have filed lawsuits and police reports to have receivable collection rights worth US$17 million.
Tomy Winata, who claims to to have been assigned Geria Wijaya Prestige’s debt account by one of its creditors, reported Hartono Harjadi and his colleagues to the Bali Police in February.
The sale of Hartono Karjadi’s 20 shares in Geria Wijaya Prestige, the company managing Kuta Paradiso Hotel, to his brother, Sri Karjadi, has resulted in a criminal lawsuit by businessman Tomy Winata.