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Police arrested three activists KNPB Timika

Police arrested three activists KNPB Timika

June 30, 2014

Timika, KNPBNews - Tonight at 12.00 on KNPB and PRD Regional Office Bomberay in Timika Police arrests by New Mimika POLSEK to three (3) members of Timika Region KNPB, each one-to three (3) members of KNPB is 1. ELON AIRABO 2. JONI Korwa 3. LEO WARSEI in the evening when the three pickets driveway Office.

Until now the third member of the Timika Region KNPB still exist in the hands of the police and their whereabouts unknown.

Meanwhile, Chairman of the Regional Parliament of Religion Commission Mimika, Rev.. Daniel Bagau, S.TH declare to the Online Media KNPBNews that, "If the three members of this KNPB arrested in connection with the Worship Celebration will be held tomorrow at the office of the PRD and Bomberay in Timika Region KNPB this means, there is the person responsible of the Regional Parliament Mimika (PRDM). "Advanced Scholars Timika also that" If you want to capture mean come during their capture, it also must follow legal procedures. Do not play catch any such antiquity. "Reveal by phone.

Observation yesterday afternoon, June 30, 2014 also was the Rev.. Daniel also submit an appeal through the local print media, namely Radar Timika that "dated July 1, 2014 Event tomorrow (today) that will be held tomorrow activities with the support of prayer." Continued to urge also that "prohibited from carrying sharp tools, do not come up with a hangover and take came the Bible and polite, neat and clean clothes to follow worship. "his call yesterday through local print media.

Further media KNPBNews also contact the Chairman of the KNPB in this case Commissioner Timika Region KNPB Militant, Y. Uaga Jews and Jewish confirmed that three (3) members picket Office arrested the night.

ENDS

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