Police Examined, Former ACT President Ahyudin Reveals Management of CSR Funds from Boeing for Victims of Lion Air JT-610 Page all

JAKARTA, – The Criminal Investigation Agency (Bareskrim) has finished conducting further investigations against former ACT President Ahyudin regarding allegations of misappropriation of funds at the philanthropic organization Aksi Cepat Tanggap (ACT).

Today’s examination, said Ahyudin, discussed a lot of social funds or CSR managed by ACT from Boeing related to the Lion Air JT-610 plane crash in 2018.

“In general, the investigation went well, smoothly, relaxed, today we discussed more about Boeing,” said Ahyudin after the investigation at the Criminal Investigation Department Lobby, Jakarta, Monday (11/7/2022) night.

He said the discussion on CSR funds from Boeing was comprehensive. However, he could not explain the contents of the examination material in detail.

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In short, he said, the inspection discussed a lot about the form of the program entrusted by Boeing to the ACT.

He also explained that the program mandated by Boeing to ACT was not given in the form of money, but public facilities.

“So it should not be interpreted that the CSR funds received by ACT from Boeing are a form of cash compensation that was entrusted by Boeing to ACT and then given to the heirs, that’s not the case,” he said.

Furthermore, he said the period of fulfillment or realization of the program was until July 2022.

Some of the forms of public facilities that he meant included educational facilities, madrasas, mosques, and prayer rooms.

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“And the implementation of the program is still ongoing. That was before,” he added.

Previously, on Friday (8/7/2022), Ahyudin was also questioned by Bareskrim investigators.

At that time, he was questioned regarding the legality of the ACT foundation.

The police previously found an alleged misuse of ACT funds for victims of the 2018 Lion Air JT-610 plane crash.

Ramadhan explained that the ACT Foundation had received recommendations from 68 heirs of the victims of the Lion Air Boeing JT610 plane crash that occurred on October 18, 2018 to manage social funds or CSR.

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“Some of the social/CSR funds are used to pay the salaries of the chairman, administrators, coaches, and staff at the Aksi Cepat Tanggap (ACT) Foundation and are also used to support facilities and activities/personal interests,” said Karo Penmas, Police Public Relations Division, Brigadier General Ahmad Ramadhan on Thursday. Saturday (9/7/2022).

The police also emphasized that investigators had raised the case of alleged misappropriation of ACT funds to the investigation stage.

In investigating this case, investigators studied Article 372 in conjunction with 372 of the Criminal Code and/or Article 45A paragraph (1) in conjunction with Article 28 paragraph (1) of Law Number 19 of 2016 concerning Information and Electronic Transactions and/or Article 70 paragraph (1) and paragraph (2) in conjunction with Article 5 of Law Number 28 of 2004 concerning Foundations and/or Article 3, Article 4 and Article 5 of Law Number 8 of 2010 concerning the Prevention and Eradication of Money Laundering Money.

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