PDIP Baguna Helps Jakarta Flood Victims, Establishes Public Kitchen


PDIP Jakarta DPD distributed groceries and packaged rice to residents affected by flooding in the Jakarta area, Saturday (20/2). Photo: PDI Perjuangan

jpnn.com, JAKARTA – The DPP PDI Perjuangan (PDIP) has intervened to help the people who are victims of the Jakarta floods and at the same time prepare a public kitchen.

PDIP DPP Secretary General Hasto Kristiyanto said his party came to Jakarta through the Disaster Management Agency (Baguna).

A number of public kitchens have been prepared in district / city level party offices (DPC) which are scattered in several areas of Jakarta which were affected by the flood.

“PDI Perjuangan through the Disaster Management Agency immediately intervened, helping people who were victims of the floods and at the same time preparing public kitchens. Staple foods and packaged rice have also been distributed to residents affected by the flood,” said Hasto, Saturday (20/2) night.

Public kitchens are located in the DPD PDIP Jakarta office, East Jakarta DPC, at the Kramat Jati Subdistrict Repdem Post, at the West Jakarta DPC office and at DPC Central Jakarta.

“The party orders that the interests of the people must always be put forward, and party members and cadres are obliged to help the people,” added Hasto.

Hasto said, this is a fixed procedure in the party, that when a disaster occurs in an area, the party organs will automatically move to provide assistance.

For example, in Jakarta there was a flood, so various assistance was immediately deployed. A number of logistics stocks that are needed are always prepared at the basement of the PDIP head office on Jalan Diponegoro, Jakarta.


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