BANDUNG-The Disclosure of fake BPJS cards in West Bandung regency indicates that there are many people who need health care, but not all underserved by the government budget.
The Chairman of the Gerindra Council Julianto said that West Java needs the involvement of all stakeholders including political parties to help health care access for the poor who have not been unnoticed by BPJS.
"Therefore, we want to build a lot of health clinics in the remote rural areas, for the poor who have not heeded by the government in BPJS," he said in West Java Regional Working Meeting (Rakerda) of Gerindra in tKampus Kebangsaan, Bandung (25/7).
In addition to providing health clinics in remote villages, the poor also require free transport to deliver those who sick. So, we need also many operational vehicles such as ambulances.
"Let all the parties work together to help the poor by providing health insurance through cheap clinics in remote areas," he said.
Rakerda attended by the Mayor of Bandung Ridwan Kamil and former Secretary Jabar Lex Laksamana, as well as a number of members of Parliament from West Java. jo