As many as 28,538 motorists were turned around because they did not have a Jakarta Exit Permit (SIKM) License.
The figure was recorded by the Jakarta Police for 11 days of operation, from May 27 to June 6, 2020.
Drivers who do not have a SIKM are asked not to continue their journey and turn around immediately.
“The Jakarta Metropolitan Police has turned around 28,538 motor vehicles that were going to and out of Jakarta,” said Director General of the Jakarta Metropolitan Police, Senior Commissioner Pol Sambodo Purnomo Yogo, was quoted by Tribunnews.
Sambodo said the vehicles that were turned up consisted of various types of public vehicles.
Or private vehicles for four wheels or two wheels.
But the majority of vehicles that were dealt with were two-wheeled motorbikes.
“From the data of vehicles that have been turned around in the DKI Jakarta area, it is dominated by motorcycles, while outside the DKI area, it is dominated by private vehicles,” he concluded.
For information, the actions taken by officers against motorists who do not have a SIKM are given two options.
That is the vehicle will be turned around and not allowed to enter Jakarta, or passengers in the vehicle must be quarantined or isolated for 14 days in a place provided by the government.
This is in accordance with the regulations of the Governor of DKI Jakarta No. 44 of 2020 concerning Restrictions on the Activities of Exit and / or Entering the Province of the Special Capital Region of Jakarta in an effort to prevent the spread of covid-19.
Every citizen who wants to enter and leave Jakarta must have a SIKM.
The police formed an isolation post located at 20 points.
The post functioned as a SIKM inspection spread across the Jakarta area, Bogor Regency, Bekasi Regency, and Tangerang Regency.
A total of 9 SIKM checkpoints in the Jakarta area constitute the first layer of insulation.
Meanwhile, 11 SIKM checkpoints established in Bogor, Bekasi and Tangerang districts are the second layer of insulation.