Komisi Perlindungan TKI Minta Anggaran Proporsional
West Lombok, NTB, BNP2TK (14/10) - Members of the Commission for the Protection of Indonesian Workers (KPTKI) District of West Lombok, West Nusa Tenggara, then Ahmad Busairi asked local governments to provide a proportional budget.
"We expect a proportional assisted the budget so that the establishment is not impressed KPTKI a formality to meet the mandate of local regulations," Ahmad told reporters at the Giri Wayne, West Lombok, Wednesday (13/10).
Giving budget proportional to the KPTKI, clear Ahmad, will be one of appreciation for the workers, because it will attempt to deal with cases of injustice that befell migrant workers to the fullest.
He said no proportioned budget, KPTKI be name only. In fact, when compared with the protection of foreign citizens who come to Indonesia, much different.
"Foreigners just lost his wallet, consul general of the country participated noisy, even if we already sent the corpse TKI, still calm," he said.
According to Ahmad, the newly formed KPTKI Monday (11/10) and then, when it was hot to jump into the field looking for the case of migrant workers particularly from the West Lombok.
Aoalagi, he said, KPTKI duty to find the case of migrant workers, ranging from the departure process, placement until returning.
"If the Head of Manpower and Transmigration, said the case of workers is relatively small, we otherwise stated pretty much," said Ahmad.
Finally the case of women workers (TKW) of Kekeri Village, Kecamatan Gunung Sari, named Miskah (35) who died after returning from Malaysia.
"Her story is very sad, but unfortunately there are no officials who came to give attention to Miskah," said Ahmad. (Ant / Toha).