Jakarta Governor, Basuki T Purnama once again reminds Jakarta civil servants (PNS) not to involve in bribes. That is one way to continue the struggle heroes who have fallen precedes.

"We are now not asked to sacrifice lives. But only required to keep the Pancasila by not accepting a bribe," said Basuki, when he became an inspector of Ceremony in celebration of the 71st Independence Day, at IRTI parking lot at the National Monument, Wednesday (8/17).

Aside that, as officials asked not to take sides. Nevertheless they can serve the people well. All agencies are also expected to synergy with each other to serve. "We should also not be impartial and must fight together," he expressed.

Meanwhile, residents are asked to participate in country development, particularly to run five orderly that has been planned in Jakarta. They are traffic, occupancy, street vendor (PKL), garbage, and demonstration.

"We've built Pandang Palace Park as a place for public aspirations. One more will be built on an ex-land of the British Embassy, which will become the park's aspirations," he told.

The ceremony itself was attended by Chairman of Jakarta DPRD, Prasetio Edi Marsudi, Jakarta Vice Governor, Djarot Saiful Hidajat, ranks of Regional Leader Forum (Forkopimda), as well as officials under Jakarta Provincial Government.

"Happy 71st birthday, Indonesia," said Basuki.

 

Reporter : Erna Martiyanti | Translated by : Nugroho Adibrata