Today, Jakarta Integrated Task Force on Forest and Land Fires (TPB Karhutla) will go back to Jakarta after carrying out humanitarian mission and providing assistance to put out forest and land fire (karhutla) in Jambi.
" Their work is amazing, including their hard work in installing smoke-resistant classrooms and oxygen house."
Their departure is accompanied by Jambi General Administration Department Assistant III, Sudirman, on Jambi Governor Office's yard, Jalan Ahmad Yani, Telanaipura.
In his speech, Sudirman conveyed his highest appreciation to Jakarta Government for providing assistance in handling forest and land fire in Jambi.
"I want to tell Jakarta Governor, Anies Baswedan and his subordinates that we have received the assistance well. Their work is amazing, including their hard work in installing smoke-resistant classrooms and oxygen house. We find it very helpful. Thank you," he said, Monday (9/30).
Due to their hard work on the field and raining for the past few days, he continued, Jambi condition is getting better and it remains two hot spots in Muaro Jambi. If his side can't handle those hot spots, his side will not hesitate to ask for help from Jakarta Government.
"Alhamdulillah, our friends from Jakarta understand that peatland fire gives a very serious problem," he expressed.
Besides their hard work in putting out forest and land fires, his side also appreciates their work in socializing the locals about smoke-resistant classroom.
"We will prepare budget for installing smoke-resistant classroom in schools prone to forest and land fire. Thank you and let us send all of you to depart. Have a safe trip," he conveyed.
When sending off Jakarta TPB Karhutla to Jakarta, Jambi provincial apparatuses and Jakarta TPB Karhutla officers exchange souvenirs and take a photo together with Jambi Secretary, Muhammad Dianto.
Formerly, Jakarta TPB Karhutla arrived at Jambi in stages via land and air on Saturday (9/21). Personnel who traveled by land carried their equipment and operational vehicles.