JABARNEWS JAKARTA – Chairman of Commission X DPR RI, Syaiful Huda regretted the attitude of the General Chairperson of the All-Indonesian Football Association (PSS) in responding to the incident at the Kanjuruhan Stadium in Malang, some time ago.
The PKB politician assessed that PSSI wanted to wash its hands in the tragedy that killed hundreds of people. “This is a model for this kind of management taste,” he said in an interview with MNC News, Wednesday (5/10/2022).
According to this member of the House of Representatives for the Electoral District VII of West Java, PSSI seems to be defending the assembly if there is an advantage. On the other hand, in the darkness of the Liga 1 event, PSSI seemed to blame the panel all-out.
Seeing PSSI’s attitude, Syaiful Huda said that the parent institution of soccer seems to want to wash its hands. This is a model of what management tastes like. This model must be stopped,” he said
As is known, Syaiful Huda’s statement was made in response to the statement of the PSSI General Chair, Mochamad Iriawan, who said that the responsibility for League 1 matches was with the organizing committee or Panpel. So what happened at the Kanjuruhan Stadium is the responsibility of the Panpel, not PSSI.
“All accountability must be carried out by Panpel. Can’t get along with PSSI and others. There are already rules,” said Iriawan to the media crew in Malang, Tuesday (4/10/2022).
On that occasion, the man who is familiarly called Iwan Bule raised the issue of the door to the Kanjuruhan Stadium which was said to be unable to be opened during evacuation.
In fact, according to him, the audience door must be opened 10 minutes before the game ends. “If it’s opened there shouldn’t be a problem,” said the retired policeman
Meanwhile, on the same day, the Head of Public Relations of the National Police Inspector General Pol. Dedi Prasetyo said the death toll from the Kanjuruhan tragedy increased to 131 people.
This amount was obtained after verification and checking with the Health Office, the DVI Team and the hospital director.
“So the data on the death toll is 131 people,” said Dedi, quoted by JabarNews.com from ANTARA, Wednesday (4/9/2022).
He said there was a discrepancy in the data on the number of deaths because the DVI Team and the Health Service initially only recorded victims who were taken to the hospital.
After the data was matched, continued Dedi, it was discovered that there were 12 victims who died not in health facilities. (red)
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