West Java District Prosecutor General Designates BPR KR Indramayu Director as Suspect in Bad Loans Case

- 27 March 2023 15:18 WIB
The BPR Karya Remaja Offices in Indramayu, West Java. (Jakartadaily.id/Diskominfo Indramayu Facebook page)
The BPR Karya Remaja Offices in Indramayu, West Java. (Jakartadaily.id/Diskominfo Indramayu Facebook page)

JAKARTADAILY.ID – The West Java District Prosecutor General designated two suspects in a case involving the BPR KR in Indramayu, including one of its directors, initial S.

The other suspect is a debtor with the initials DH, according to the Prosecutor General's office.

The suspects were determined after an investigation conducted by the West Java District Prosecutor General.

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BPR KR, or Bank Perkreditan Rakyat Karya Remaja, was found to registered Rp 141 billion in bad loans, which the Indramayu Regent, Nina Agustina, discovered. 

The money, rightfully belonging to the bank's customers, was allegedly used by debtors led by S, ultimately causing the bad loans. 

Reportedly furious with the situation, Nina Agustina formed a task force and requested the West Java District Prosecutor General's Office to investigate the matter thoroughly.

"I asked the Bandung High Court to thoroughly investigate the case. Someone must be held accountable.

"I will continue to monitor and follow the developments of BPR KR while preparing efforts for recovery," Nina said.

Nina emphasized that her party did not want BPR KR customers to be harmed by the actions of these offending debtors.

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"I do not want customers to be harmed because of their (debtors') behavior," said Nina.

Previously, Nina has publicly stated this case started well before she took office, however, Nina promised that her party would seriously assist law enforcement officials in thoroughly investigating the BPR KR bad loans case. 

"We are very serious about dealing with bad loans. This is because it concerns the sustainability of BUMD and most importantly the money belongs to customers, belongs to the people of Indramayu, not groups or individuals," she said.


Editor: Suksmajati Kumara


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