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    West Java Governor Submitted Religious Sector NPHD in 2019


    BANDUNG CITY - West Java Governor, Ridwan Kamil submitted the first phase of the Regional Grant Agreement Script (NPHD) Religious Sector in 2019 to 172 Islamic boarding schools, 76 foundations, 51 mosques, 95 Madrasah, 13 assemblies, 17 Society Organizations, the Ministry of Religion of West Java, and  Indonesian Religious Leader (MUI) of West Java, in Bale Asri Pusdai, Bandung City, Wednesday (7/31/19).

    "This afternoon, I signed the agreement and the late next week will be released and could be used," said RK - as Ridwan Kamil is called -.

    "This grant is public money must be returned to the people and 100 percent must be beneficial. The matter of public funds must be accounted for physically and mentally," he added.

    RK stated, if there are parties who cut grant funds, immediately reported. Because, he said, grant funds must be 100 percent received as mandated as well as used efficiently or as needed.

    "I do not want to hear that there is a recipient of the grant being intercepted to cut or collect something if there is a report to me," he said. "If you use it for Islamic boarding school, it should for it, don't build another one," RK added.

    In addition, RK also requested grantees to be actively involved in the success of West Java's Knowing the Education Curriculum (Masagi). The program which aims to create excellent West Java society has four values, those are intelligent, physically healthy, religious, and moral.

    "What is the connection with the recipient of the grant, because this grant is a religious theme so the objects of the grant recipient will indirectly give value to humans such as students, congregations and others. So, I give additional tasks after being disbursed, I entrust the West Java ideals Masagi to be realized, "he concluded.

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