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    Persib VS Arema Game Guarded by West Java Regional Police

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    BANDUNG - West Java Regional Police Chief Inspector General Pol. Drs. Rudy Sufahriadi said that his party along with the Bandung Police Precinct and the ranks assisted by elements of the TNI and other relevant agencies, were ready to secure the running of the Shopee League Soccer Game 1 - 2019 between Persib Bandung against Arema FC which will be held at Si Jalak Harupat Stadium, Bandung Regency, on Tuesday (12) / 11/2019) with Kick Off at 15:30 WIB.

    In securing the Persib match at Kandang, West Java Regional Police will prioritize preventive and preventive actions, as well as law enforcement actions to create a conducive Kamtibmas situation.

    "Personnel who secured a number of 1,934 people, who came from West Java Regional Police Personnel, Bandung Police Personnel, Brimob Personnel, TNI Personnel, Damkar Personnel, Health Personnel and Satpol PP Personnel," he explained

    This time the Persib match is eagerly awaited by the people of West Java, especially Persib lovers, such as Bobotoh, Viking, Bomber who have made statements stating "ready to support security and order during the match"

    West Java Regional Police also appealed to all Persib lovers to show an attitude of "polite to be softened" and to be a good host by upholding sportsmanship. "Being polite in overtime and respecting guests is a characteristic of the West Javanese Sundanese inherent in Bobotoh, Bomber and Viking as well," he added

    Regarding the limited capacity of the stadium, said West Java Police Chief, for fans of Persib who do not have tickets to watch the match directly, are welcome to carry out the Nobar activity or watch together in their respective regions.

    "To all Persib lovers, it is not permissible to carry out actions that are detrimental to the match or reduce sportsmanship, such as vandalism or holding provocative banners," he concluded. Jo

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