KPK Investigate Dedi Mulyadi Regarding Banprov Fund Flow for Indramayu


Deputy Chairperson of Commission IV DPR RI Dedi Mulyadi after undergoing an examination at the KPK Building, Jakarta, Wednesday (4/8). Photo: Ricardo/JPNN.com

jpnn.com, JAKARTA – The Corruption Eradication Commission (KPK) has examined the former Regent of Purwakarta Dedi Mulyadi on Wednesday (4/8).

The Deputy Chairman of Commission IV of the Indonesian House of Representatives studied knowledge related to the use of Provincial Assistance (Banprov) funds for Indramayu Regency for the 2017-2019 Fiscal Year.

“Investigators studied the knowledge of the witness, among others, regarding the alleged flow of a number of funds, one of which came from the provincial ban for Indramayu Regency which was then used for the benefit of certain parties related to this case,” said Acting KPK Spokesperson Ali Fikri in his statement on Wednesday ( 4/8).

The Golkar Party politician was questioned for the suspect, former deputy chairman of the West Java DPRD who is also the former chairman of the West Java Golkar DPD, Ade Barkah Surahman.

Fikri said that Dedi Mulyadi’s full information was included in the investigation report (BAP), which could not be conveyed in full.

“At the time of the trial, all the facts from our investigation will be re-confirmed to the witnesses,” he said.

Dedi was questioned for approximately 30 minutes regarding the bribery committed by Ade Barkah Surahman and former West Java DPRD member Siti Aisyah Tuti Handayani.

“Because I happened to be the first chairman of the DPD,” said Dedi after being questioned at the KPK building, South Jakarta.

Dedi Mulyadi served as Chairman of the West Java Golkar DPD before being replaced by Ade Barkah Surahman.

Dedi said that the KPK investigators were only given three questions. He did not provide any documents during the examination.

“Just a minute, just a few minutes, there’s nothing here,” said Dedi.

The KPK has designated Ade Barkah Surahman together with Siti Aisyah Tuti Handayani as suspects.

Ade Barkah is suspected of receiving bribes of Rp. 750 million, while Siti Aisyah is suspected of receiving Rp. 1,050 billion.

Both are suspected of violating Article 12 letter a or letter b or Article 11 of Law Number 31 of 1999 concerning the Eradication of Criminal Acts of Corruption as amended by Law Number 20 of 2001 concerning Amendments to Law Number 31 of 1999 concerning Eradication of Criminal Acts Corruption Jo. Article 56 paragraph 1 of the Criminal Code.

This case is one of many cases that began with the KPK’s sting operation (OTT).

On October 15, 2019, the KPK held a silent operation in Indramayu.

As a result, the KPK named four people as suspects, namely the 2014-2019 Indramayu Regent Supendi, Indramayu Regency PUPR Service Head Omarsyah, Indramayu Regency PUPR Office Head Wempy Triyono, and Carsa ES from the private sector.

Currently, the four people have been sentenced by the Corruption Court of Justice and have permanent legal force.

The case was then further developed and in August 2020 the KPK named another suspect, namely West Java DPRD Member Abdul Rozaq Muslim.

He has been sentenced to four years in prison and a fine of IDR 250 million subsidiary to six months in prison.

In the construction of the KPK case, Carsa allegedly handed over money to Ade Barkah directly with a total of Rp. 750 million.

Carsa is also suspected of giving money in cash directly to Abdul Rozaq or through intermediaries with a total of around Rp 9.2 billion.

From the money received by Abdul Rozaq, it was allegedly given to other West Java DPRD members, including Siti Aisyah with a total of Rp 1,050 billion. (tan/jpnn)

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