Fulfilling Resident Identity Rights, Bandung City Government Submits Electronic ID Cards at Class I Rutan Bandung
The Mayor of Bandung, Yana Mulyana, accompanied by the Head of the Department of Population and Civil Registration (Disdukcapil) of the City of Bandung, Tatang Muhtar, handed over 70 pieces of electronic ID cards to the residents of the Class I Detention Center in Bandung.
Of the 70 pieces, there are 8 residents of Bandung City and 62 residents outside the domicile of Bandung City. The handover was carried out in order to welcome the 212th Anniversary of the City of Bandung, at the Class I Rutan Bandung (Kebon Waru Prison) Wednesday, August 24, 2022.
Also attending the event was the Head of Class I Rutan Bandung, Riko Stiven.
Mayor of Bandung, Yana Mulyana said that one of the obligations of the Bandung City Government (Pemkot) is to provide services to the community to obtain administrative rights.
"The right to get a population administration KTP or KK (Family Card). After all, the inmates have the right to get several facilities," he said.
Yana added, with the possession of an electronic ID card, the inmates get legal certainty in administrative management.
"Inmates must have an electronic ID card so they can take care of the administration while they are prison residents and after returning to the community later," he said.
In prison, he continued, it has uses for administrative purposes such as remission of punishment, assimilation, rehabilitation until later when he returns to the community.
"This aims to fulfill the rights and obligations as citizens as well as support the establishment of an accurate population database," he said.
In the same place, Head of Disdukcapil Bandung, Tatang Muhtar explained, this activity is in order to fulfill the identity rights of residents.
"This is also one of a series of activities for the 212th Anniversary of the City of Bandung. On this occasion, as many as 70 pieces of electronic ID cards were handed over to the Inmates of the Class I Bandung Rutan Correctional Center. Consisting of 8 residents of Bandung City and 62 residents outside the domicile of Bandung City," he explained.
He added, according to the mandate of Law Number 23 of 2006 concerning Population Administration, every Indonesian citizen who is 17 years old or has been married or has been married is required to have an electronic ID card.
This includes, said Tatang, for the inmates of the Class I detention center in Bandung. The electronic ID card can be used for administrative purposes such as remission of punishment, assimilation, rehabilitation until later when they return to the community.
"The provision of an electronic ID card as a population administration document is a form of obligation and responsibility of the Bandung City Government towards all levels of society in the city of Bandung," he said.
Meanwhile, the Head of the Class I Detention Center Bandung, Riko Stiven, thanked the Bandung City Government for handing over ID cards to his inmates.
"Thank you to the guardian and his staff," said Riko.
Riko also appreciates a number of supports that have been given so far to the inmates.
"Support for religious facilities, starting with religious teachers and churches is assisted," he said.
It should be noted that the submission of electronic ID cards to the inmates of Class I Bandung Detention Center has the following objectives:
1. The implementation of orderly Population Administration and increasing excellent service to the community in the field of Population Administration and Civil Registration.
2. Support the process of establishing an accurate population database from the results of the implementation of civil registration and registration in the administrative area of government.
By holding this electronic ID card submission activity, it is hoped that it will make the public understand more about the importance of population administration which is often related to all activities of life as citizens in Indonesia.
The activity of handing over electronic ID cards to Class I Bandung Correctional Inmates is also to support the implementation of population services quickly and accurately to all existing levels of society.
By holding this electronic ID card submission activity, it is hoped that it will make the public understand more about the importance of population administration which is often related to all activities of life as citizens in Indonesia. (yes)**
Head of the Bandung City Communication and Information Technology
Yayan A. Brilyana