Rudi Setiawan, Vice Head of Special Crimes Unit, Gianyar Police (in the middle) is seen showcasing evidence confiscated from corrupt executives o the Gianyar Government, Bali, Saturday (17/6). (ANTARA)
JAKARTA, GRES.NEWS – The Bali Police has arrested executives at the Capital Investment Office of Gianyar, Bali, for allegedly collecting unofficial tax from tourism investors applying to set up a business in his area. The culprit had already collected around Rp14 million.
"The civil servants allegedly committed corruption to grow his wealth unlawfully," said Hengky Widjaja, spokesperson for the Bali Police, Saturday (17/6).
The break-in operation against INS (50) and IKM (48) was conducted on Friday (16/6). INS is Head of Permits and non Permits B of Gianyar while IMK is Head of Capital Investment an One-Door Services of Gianyar.
From the raid, the police has confiscated RP14.45 million and 19 related documents. Meanwhile, 8 witnesses have been questioned and three cell phones have also been confiscated. (dtc/mfb)