1NEWS, Investigators from the Directorate of Economic Crimes and Special Crimes at the National Police Bareskrim have again scheduled the examination of former ACT President Ahyudin and ACT President Ibnu Khajar regarding the alleged misappropriation of humanitarian funds.
“(The examination is scheduled) the same as yesterday, at 10.00 WIB,” said Director of Special Economic Crimes at the National Police, Brigadier General Whisnu Hermawan, to reporters, Jakarta, Monday (11/7/2022).
He said apart from Ahyudin and Ibnu Khajar, investigators also summoned two other ACT administrators for questioning. So, at least investigators will conduct an examination of four people regarding the alleged misappropriation of people’s donations.
“Today includes ACT’s Operations Manager and Finance Department,” he said.
Previously, the Criminal Investigation Agency (Bareskrim) of the National Police revealed a new discovery related to the misappropriation of funds allegedly carried out by the humanitarian agency Aksi Cepat Tanggap (ACT).
From the results of the preliminary investigation, the police suspect that the Aksi Cepat Tanggap (ACT) agency used assistance from Boeing for the victims of the Lion Air JT-610 crash amounting to Rp138 billion for personal gain.
It is known that the Lion Air JT-610 crash occurred in 2018. At that time, Ahyudin was the President of ACT and Ibnu Khajar was the chairman of the board.
Karo Penmas, Police Public Relations Division, Brigadier General Ahmad Ramadhan, said that Ahyudin and Ibnu also did not inform the heirs of the amount of social funds/CSR they received from Boeing and the use of the social funds.
“(Ahyudin and Ibnu) are suspected of deviating some of the social/CSR funds from Boeing for their respective personal interests in the form of paying salaries and personal facilities,” Ramadhan told reporters, Saturday (9/7/2022).
In this case, Ahyudin and Ibn Khajar are suspected of violating Article 372 in conjunction with 372 of the Criminal Code and/or Article 45A paragraph (1) in conjunction with Article 28 paragraph (1) of Law Number 19 of 2016 concerning Information and Electronic Transactions and/or Article 70 paragraph ( 1) and paragraph (2) in conjunction with Article 5 of Law Number 28 of 2004 concerning Foundations and/or Article 3, Article 4 and Article 5 of Law Number 8 of 2010 concerning the Prevention and Eradication of Money Laundering.
“With a maximum penalty of 20 years and a maximum fine of Rp. 10 billion,” said Ramadhan.