JAKARTADAILY.ID – The Head of the DKI Jakarta Provincial Tourism and Creative Economy Agency, Andhika Permata, revealed the violations that Holywings had committed which resulted in the closure of all Holywings outlets in DKI Jakarta.
Andhika explained that his party had carried out a joint field review with elements of DPPKUKM, DPMPTSP, and Satpol PP.
From the joint review, several violations were found that became the basis for the recommendation to revoke the permit.
"First, the results of research and examination of the Online Single Submission Risk-Based Approach (OSS RBA) licensing document as well as field monitoring, several Holywings Group outlets located in the DKI Jakarta Province, it was proven that several Holywings outlets did not have a standard certificate of KBLI 56301 type of Bar business which has been verified," said Andhika as quoted from the Jakarta PPID Press Release, Monday, 27 June 2022.
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He explained that the standard certificate of KBLI 56301 is the Indonesian Environmental Standard Classification that must be owned by bar business operations, namely a business whose activities are serving alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks and snacks to the public at their place of business.
Further investigation found that Holywings Group also apparently violated several provisions of the DKI Jakarta Provincial DPPKUKM, regarding the sale of alcoholic beverages at 12 Holywings Group outlets in DKI Jakarta.
Whereas business actors only have a Retailer's Certificate (SKP) for Indonesian Standard Classification of Business Fields (KBLI) 47221 for retailers of alcoholic beverages, in which sales of alcoholic beverages are only allowed to be taken home and not to be drunk on the spot.
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"Meanwhile, the results of supervision in the field, the business (Holywings Group) sells alcoholic beverages for drinking in places that legally should have a Direct Seller Certificate (SKPL) class B and C with PB-UMKU KBLI 56301," explained the Head of the Industry Service. , Trade, Cooperatives, and SMEs of DKI Jakarta Province, Elisabeth Ratu Rante Allo.
"Of the 7 (seven) outlets that have a Retailer Certificate (SKP) KBLI 47221, there are even 5 other outlets that do not have the letter," he added.
The recommendations from the two OPDs will become the basis for the Investment Agency and One-Stop Integrated Services for further submission to the Investment Coordinating Board (BKPM).
Thus, all the business licenses of the 12 outlets of the Holywings Group can be revoked immediately.
Following a botched social media promotion campaign and a non-apology letter, the DKI Jakarta Provincial Government officially revoked the business licenses of all Holywings outlets in Jakarta.
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