There Is No Indication Terrorists Run to North Sumatra
Posted by kluwan on March 8, 2010
North Sumatra Police have not found indications of terrorist suspects fleeing from Nanggroe Aceh Darussalam (NAD) to the area. “There are no indications in that direction,” said the North Sumatra Police Liaison Kabid, Pol Kombes Baharudin Djafar when contacted in Medan, Sunday (7/3/2010).
However, said Baharudin, North Sumatra Police continue to make various efforts to escape the possibility of terrorist suspects in Aceh to North Sumatra can be known. North Sumatra Police personnel to add, tighten and improve surveillance in areas bordering with NAD.
In addition, North Sumatra Police are also monitoring the transport pathways that may be used other terrorist suspects such as water. For that, it intensified its raids in the sea as Langsa waters directly adjacent to the North Sumatra. “Likewise, the (monitoring) a walk through the border. All that was done,” he said.
However, Baharudin said, it still expects to maintain the participation of each environment to avoid things that are not desirable. He reminded residents to report for foreign visitors to an area. “Citizen participation is also very necessary,” he said.
Joint team of Special Detachment 88 anti-terror and police in Aceh arrested several people suspected of having links with terrorism in the mountains of Interlace, Jantho district, Aceh Besar regency since the February 20, 2010.
Police also seized evidence in the form of four long-barreled guns, 24 magazines and a smoke grenade but various attributes such as the uniform of military vests and a number of documents.
After following the closed meeting political, legal and security with President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono in Jakarta on Friday (5 / 3), National Police Chief Gen Bambang Hendarso Danuri Police said it was still pursuing at least 30 people suspected of terrorism teribat the movement in Aceh.