Wednesday, 24 February 2021 – 08:18 WIB
Central Java Governor Ganjar Pranowo checked several areas to find out the cause of flooding at the Central Java Governor’s Office complex in Semarang City, Tuesday (23/2/2021). Photo: ANTARA / HO-Public Relations of the Central Java Provincial Government
jpnn.com, SEMARANG – Heavy rain for approximately two hours on Tuesday evening (23/2) caused flooding in part of the Central Java Governor’s Office complex.
Inundation occurred in the office yard, 1st floor of Building B, and the hallway connecting Building A.
Central Java Governor Ganjar Pranowo checked several areas to find out the cause of flooding in his office complex located in Jalan Pahlawan, Semarang City.
“It’s a bit strange, when I was still in Kudus the condition of the office was flooded. Strange in my opinion, because in the parking lot the water could not come out, it was impossible (impossible) for sure something was clogged,” he said after checking on Tuesday night ( 23/2).
After checking, he said that the embankment from the fence of the Central Java DPRD building project and sedimentation in the waterways were factors causing flooding in the Central Java Governor’s Office complex.
“The construction of the DPRD building, it turns out that there is a small embankment there, there is a small embankment that closes between this building and the fence there, so water really doesn’t have a chance to pass,” he said.
Ganjar has asked the project manager for the construction of the Central Java Provincial DPRD building not to build embankments in the project fence area.
He also ordered the Public Works Agency to dredge sedimentation in the waterways behind the governor’s office.
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