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    Completion of Land Construction for Double Track Sukabumi - Bogor Handled by Special Team


    BANDUNG - Regional Secretary (Sekda) of West Java Iwa Karniwa said there were 42 members of the team handling social impacts on the construction of the Sukabumi-Bogor double track railway line.

    "Both land acquisition and construction will be carried out in 2018," said Iwa at Gedung Sate Bandung, Monday (08/27/2018).

    Construction of double tracks along 7.5 kilo meters of the initial stage with details of stage 1 between Cigombong-Cicurug along 4.5 kilometers, stage 2 Cigombong-Cicurug 3 kilometers.

    "From the results of the data collection, there are around 549 households (KK), who use PTKAI land," Iwa said.

    The details of the head of the family, namely Cigombong, Cigombong Subdistrict, Bogor Regency 11 HH, Wates Jaya Village, Bogor District 127 HH, Benda Cicurug Village, Sukabumi District 181 HH.

    Then Tenjo Ayu Cicurug Village, Sukabumi District 107 KK and Cicurug Village, Cicurug District, Sukabumi District 132 KK.

    "The land acquisition budget is already available in the Ministry of Transportation's PPK land, the Director General of Railways, the West Java Railway Office," he explained.

    In relation to the land control, coordination of the spiritual affairs and funds was only completed today.

    "The team members are 42 people, namely from elements of kejati, elements of the police chief, elements of teaching and elements of the police," he said.

    Iwa said that the money for the benefit of the residents was affected by the double track construction project, the results of the team and could be used as a basis for making payments.

    "The data collection is also carried out one by one. We learn about Jatigede's land acquisition. Rules cannot be spiritually permitted, but the government is still willing to give, so there is a Perpres. We hope that this year everything will be settled," he said.

    At present, he said, of the 549 families, some had moved and the building was demolished.

    "Thank God there is no problem, because they also realize that the land occupied is owned by the state," Iwa explained. (Pun)

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