Former Indonesian Air Force Chief of Staff (KSAU) Agus Supriatna, retd (second left) is seen leaving the Corruption Eradication Commission (KPK)Ã¢ï¿½ï¿½s headquarters in Jakarta, Wednesday (3/1). (ANTARA)
JAKARTA, GRES.NEWS – Corruption Eradication Commission (KPK) investigators has said that former Indonesian Air Force Chief of Staff (KSAU) Agus Supriatna, retd. refused to answer some questions on the excuse that it was military secret. Agus was questioned as a witness in the AW-101 corruption.
"In the questioning, he refused to answer questions on grounds that the answers would reveal military secrets," said Febri Diansyah, Public Relations Chief, KPK, Wednesday (3/18).
However, KPK is not without wits. The anti-gratuities body will coordinate with the Military Police (POM TNI).
"We will study his answer and coordinate with the Military Police. We are confident with the commitment of the Indonesian National Army’s Commander-in-Chief to investigate AW-101 corruption," Febri said.
Agus was questioned as a witness for suspect Irfan Kurnia Saleh, who is president director of PT Diratama Jaya Mandiri. (dtc/mfb)