The Republic of Indonesia Police-renewed-The strategy-of-arresting Santoso
By Hanz Jimenez Salim
on April 21, 2016 at 14:57 GMT
Liputan6.com, Jakarta -
Tinombala operation to chase a Terrorist Group Mujahideen Indonesia East (MIT) in Poso, Central Sulawesi, is still underway. But until now the leader of the terror group, namely Santoso not been caught.
National Police Chief Gen. Badrodin Haiti mentions the need for an improved strategy in the field to capture Santoso. This conclusion was obtained after watching the live forces in Poso some time ago.
|National Police Chief Gen. Badrodin Haiti |
"The evaluation we have done. From the evaluation has been running quite well, only it is necessary tactical innovation and improvement so that it can be done more effectively," said Badrodin, in the compound of the Police Headquarters, Jakarta, Thursday (04/21/2016).
Badrodin added, gradually it also has conducted the turn of police personnel in Operation Tinombala. According to him, this prevents personnel experiencing burnout after months of pursuit Santoso.
In addition, he said, the personnel are now equipped with new technology to pursue Santoso, at night. "Teams are given a night vision goggles that use sensors," explained Badrodin.
Still not sure when Santoso being captured. "Eventually, this is not an exact science. You if so (List of People Search by police) must avoid in order not to be arrested," Badrodin Haiti ended the interview.
Indonesian Police promise if members of terrorist Santoso surrender
The combined Indonesian Police-military operation to hunt down the terrorist group Mujahideen Indonesia East (MIT) continue to be intensified. However, the leader of the group that Santoso not been caught. Whereas at the beginning of May 2016, named Tinombala this operation ends.
Chief of Police Public Relations Division, Police Brig Amar Joey Boy are not concerned if Santoso and his group had not yet arrested to the limit of Operations Tinombala. will still be pursued
According to him, Indonesian Police want Santoso cs surrender. Therefore, he wants Santoso and his group, cooperative.
"If they surrender, nice, the Police Chief encourages that they surrender. Santoso still given time to surrender," said Boy in Indonesian Police Complex, Jakarta, Wednesday (27/04/2016).
He also assured Santoso and his group will be treated well if they want to give up. However, he asserted Santoso and his men will still be prosecuted.
"Rest assured if surrendering certainly treated well by us. Surely he should be prepared also for the legal process," said the former police chief of Banten.