JAKARTADAILY.ID – A number of State-owned Enterprises are under scrutiny after the Attorney General's Office announced their investigation of corruption cases pertaining to infrastructure projects and financial cases.
The Director of Investigations at the Junior Attorney General for Special Crimes said that the Attorney General's Office had moved the cases of three state-owned companies to the investigation stage.
Among them, at PT Graha Telkom Sigma (PT GTS), the Jakarta Cikampek II Toll Road development work project, and the Port and Dredging Company Pension Fund (DP4) at PT Pelabuhan Indonesia (Pelindo) from 2013 to 2019.
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1. Alleged corruption at PT Graha Telkom Sigma (PT GTS)
The investigative team has upgraded the investigation status pertaining to the alleged corruption case in the apartment, housing, and hotel work projects, and the provision of split stones carried out by PT Graha Telkom Sigma for the 2017-2018 period.
The short position case in this case is that, in 2017-2018, PT Graha Telkom Sigma (GTS) made a fictitious cooperation agreement as if there was the construction of apartments, housing, hotels, and provision of split stones with several customer companies.
Furthermore, to facilitate the disbursement of funds, PT GTS used fictitious disbursement documents and withdrew Rp 354,335,416,262 in funds.
The Investigative Team has examined 38 witnesses, and also conducted searches in several places such as PT Graha Telkom Sigma and PT Sigma Cipta Caraka. The team obtained and confiscated several important documents related to the case in question.
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2. Alleged corruption in pension fund management
The investigation team has upgraded the status of the investigation into the alleged corruption case in the management of pension funds at the Port and Dredging Company Pension Fund (DP4) at PT Pelabuhan Indonesia (Pelindo) from 2013 to 2019.
As for the short position case in this case, namely, in the implementation of the DP4 management program, investments have been made in purchasing land, buying shares and mutual funds, as well as equity participation in PT Indoport Utama and Indoport Prima, which indicated that in the implementation of their management, there were acts against the law and detrimental to the state.
The mode used for each activity included brokerage fees, and marked-up land prices so that the land acquisition team received excess funds for purchasing land in Salatiga, Palembang, Tangerang, Tigaraksa, and Depok.
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