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    Aher Advised Residents to Not Sell Agraria Reform Land

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    CIANJUR-The Governor of West Java, Ahmad Heryawan (Aher) appealed to as many as 6,950 heads of families who are the Receiver Certificate of Land Ownership (SHM) of land on Agrarian Reform program not to sell the land they received.

     SHM is given by the Minister of Agrarian and Spatial Planning (ATR) / Head of National Land Agency (BPN) Indonesia Ferry Mursyidan Baldan, in Kampung Ciguntur, Cipendawa Village, District Pacet, Cianjur regency, on Tuesday (05.10.16).
     
    "I advised the recipients of the land, with a certificate of BPN, do not sell the land! Sell the land, poverty begins, bankruptcy begins, those thing would definitely happens," said Governor Aher.
     
    Aher pointed out, many land owners in Cianjur sell their land to be used as a villa. But as a result, isntead of being the owner of the villa, they ended up becoming the keeper of the villa. "He was the first owner of the land, then the villa was built and he became the keeper of the villa, they should've keep the land instead of being a servant in the land. It was obviously very dangerous for our future and our children," he said.
     
    Aher also claimed that he welcomed the agrarian reform program. According to the Agrarian Reform is balancing the distribution of land ownership. He is sure that this program will be the source of prosperity for the people, when the rules of the program is executed by all parties.
     
    Aher request the Minister of ATR to order the filing of Business Utilisation Rights (HGU), he even asked for the missused HGU to be canceled.
     
    "It's my voice representing the people of West Java, if it is proven that the HGU is missused, just cancel the HGU, it does not bring any good to the society," said Aher
     
    While the Minister of Agrarian and Spatial Planning (ATR) / Head of National Land Agency (BPN) Indonesia Ferry Mursyidan Baldan, said that agrarian reform is an attempt to use of the land effectively. "We can not allow when the permits issued is not being used optimally, while the society needs the land. I think this is the momentum for us to adjust the term," he said.
     
    "We will continue to drive the implement this programme both for the land with permits but not being put into good use or the land of which permits has been due, "he said.
     
    Currently the national land redistribution Program (Prona) Agrarian Reform in West Java region I is covering Cianjur, Sukabumi, Sukabumi, Bogor, Bogor and Depok City in Cianjur, with a total area around 4,814 hectares, or 17 498 field.
     
    Cianjur Regency (Prona, Redist, Fishermen and SMEs) the amount distributed as many as 6,950 fields with an area of ??2,085 hectares field, Depok city 200 fields with an area of ??4 hectares, the city of Bogor (Prona) 200 parcels of land area of ??5 hectares.
     
    Then Bogor Regency (Prona) 3,700 field covering 1,100 hectares, Sukabumi (Prona, Redist, and as many as 5,350 SMEs field covering 1,600 hectares, City sukabumi (Prona) as many as 1,048 wide field of 20 hectares.
     
    Implementation of Agrarian Reform in Indonesia is based on Law No. 5/1960 on the Basic Regulation of Agrarian and Decree number IX / MPR / 2001 on Agrarian Reform and Natural Resources Management. Then the regulation amended by the issuance of Government Regulation (PP) number 11/2010 on Control and Utilization of Abandoned Land.
     
    The beneficiary communities agrarian reform land titles, can not be traded on the Prona land during the past 10 years. However, after 10 years, the receiving communities agrarian reform land certificates can sell the land to the participants of the program, the records can not be repurposed
     
    Also present were the Regent of Cianjur Tjetjep Muchtar Salah, at the event along with thousands of citizens.
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