newsbali/ist/Governor Koster Facilitates 1 Car Unit for the Traditional Village Assembly.
With the addition of 1 unit of CSR car from PT. Bank Mandiri, made the struggle of the Governor of Bali, Wayan Koster to support the MDA of the Bali Province and Regency/City in Bali in implementing the Bali Provincial Regulation Number 4 of 2019 concerning Traditional Villages in Bali accelerate.
Previously, the Chairperson of the Bali Province PDI-P DPD facilitated the Buleleng Regency MDA in the form of 1 Car Unit sourced from the CSR of the Indonesian Rural Bank Association (Perbarindo) Bali on December 23, 2021.
Then continued on April 5, 2022, BPD Bali and PT Pengadaian submitted their respective CSR in the form of 1 car for MDA operations in Bangli and Karangasem regencies.
Furthermore, on May 10, 2022, Governor Koster facilitated the CSR of PT. Bank Central Asia Tbk Denpasar Branch in the form of 1 Car Unit which is intended for MDA operations in Jembrana Regency.
In his remarks, the Governor of Bali, Wayan Koster expressed his gratitude to PT. Bank Mandiri for its CSR assistance in the form of 1 operational car unit for the Bali Province MDA.
This is the result of communication made by Governor Wayan Koster with a state-owned bank, PT. Pertamina, PT. Pelindo to the private sector in Bali to invite everyone to contribute in joint efforts to protect nature, people and Balinese culture.
“This has been realized with the establishment of the Provincial and Regency/City MDA Offices in SeBali. Astungkara has been completed in Bali with a total CSR budget of IDR 37 billion,” said the number one person in the Bali Provincial Government.
Then to complete the operations of the Bali Province and Regency/City MDA Offices throughout Bali, we ask for CSR assistance with operational cars.
“It turns out that Mr (President Director of PT. Bank Mandiri, Darmawan Junaidi, ed) has responded and today the car will be handed over,” said the Governor of Bali from Sembiran Village, Buleleng who was greeted with applause while stating why I need to involve business actors, including SOEs in Bali, because this is part of our shared responsibility in maintaining and protecting Bali, both from its nature, its people, and its culture. So that there is an institution that becomes a fortress to maintain Balinese culture, which is named the Traditional Village with a total of 1,493 Traditional Villages.
Writer : Bali Province Public Relations
Editors : I Komang Robby Patria