Hundreds of Ustaz in Asahan Support Ganjar Forward in the 2024 Presidential Election

Usbat Asahan declares support for Ganjar Pranowo to run in the 2024 presidential election. Doc Usbat Asahan.

jpnn.com, ASAHAN – Ganjar Pranowo’s success in leading Central Java for two periods has attracted many parties. One of them is the ustaz in Asahan Regency, North Sumatra.

Those who are members of Ustaz Sahabat (Usbat) Ganjar support the Governor of Central Java to run in the 2024 presidential election.

They think that Ganjar really cares about religious education. One of the concrete evidences of Ganjar’s concern is the provision of grants to religious institutions in Central Java.

“We saw him giving grants to religious institutions. We consider that this is a form of his concern for religious education,” said Head of Usbat Ganjar, Asahan Regency, Johan in a press release, Saturday (17/9).

Ganjar through the Central Java Provincial Government has handed over grant assistance to religious education institutions in 2022 worth Rp 107.1 billion. The grant funds are for 2,201 religious educational institutions, ranging from Islam, Christianity, Catholicism, Hinduism, and Buddhism.

Ganjar handed over the grant funds in two stages. The first phase of distribution has been carried out to 405 institutions with a value of Rp 22.17 billion. Meanwhile, grants of Rp. 31.95 to 715 religious institutions continue to be distributed to realize advanced and characterized religious education.

Johan said that Ganjar’s efforts were able to touch Usbat Asahan’s heart. In addition, Johan said Ganjar was a person who was very close to ulama, santri, and the general public.

“We see that he is a figure who is close to the ulama, simple, close to the community, and close to the students,” he said.

Hundreds of religious teachers who are members of Usbat Asahan support Ganjar Pranowo to run in the 2024 presidential election.

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