Residents of Rempang Island still refuse to relocate. The Investment Minister makes a relocation agreement with the community leader.
Investment Minister Bahlil Lahadalia (second left) talks with National Police Deputy Chief Comr. Gen. Agus Andrianto (left) and Riau Islands Police Chief Insp. Gen. Tabana Bangun (right) after a coordination meeting to accelerate the development of the Rempang Eco-city in Batam, Riau Islands, September 18.
Tempo/ Yogi Eka Sahputra
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DARKNESS had just descended upon Rempang Island, Batam, Riau Islands, when Investment Minister Bahlil Lahadalia came to the home of Gerisman Ahmad, the community leader of Rempang-Galang, on Monday, September 18. Bahlil came alone, without giving prior notice. “I come here like a son visiting his father,” Bahlil said.
Gerisman’s house is located on the right side of the entrance road to Pantai Melayu, Jalan Trans Balerang
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