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    Grantee Recipients Must Dare to Refuse Illegal Levies


    BANDUNG-West Java Governor Ahmad Heryawan (Aher) said that grant recipients in West Java must dare to refuse any form of illegal levies or illegal fees from any party because the fund is clearly intended to improve the welfare of the community.

    "The public must be courageous, must be literate in terms of grant funds received by him, no one should ask a percentage, no one should be grateful to give a small portion to them, not because this is a grant fund that comes from the provincial government to the institutions, and there is no intermediary, if there is an intermediary it is his good deeds, "said Aher in front of hundreds of grantees of the Year 2017, at Gedung Sate Bandung, Thursday (7/12).

    Aher said grants received by grant recipients were channeled through accounts from the West Java Provincial Government to avoid any budget cuts or misappropriation by certain parties.
    "He volunteers, then he credentials to take care of him, it's his social charity.

    I will say a certainty because the funds are channeled through the account during disbursement from the provincial government to the institutions concerned, but it must also be ensured when the funds received with no percentage to anyone, if there is a collect we also reject, "he said.

    According to him if there is a particular party who asks the section to the grantee then he advises the party to find another halal job.

    "Because this fund is purely owned by the institution concerned for the activities as stated in the proposal, on the understanding, on the Regional Grant Agreement Document or NPHD.If looking for wages, do not move there, it is social.

    This fund is entirely for development. For activities as noted on the proposal. No parties are meritorious to be given percentage, "said Governor. (Pun)

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