PAKATI 96 TNI/POLRI Distributes Thousands of Food Aid to Underprivileged Community In Their 25th Anniversary

The distribution of aid on the 25th anniversary of the Perwira Karier Angkatan Ketiga year 1996 (PAKATI 96) TNI/POLRI is a realization of their concern for the nation, apart from their dedication all this time.

A total of 3,000 food packages are distributed in six regions in Indonesia.
A total of 3,000 food packages are distributed in six regions in Indonesia.

ACTNews, JAKARTA – Commemorating its 25th anniversary, the Perwira Karier Angkatan Ketiga year 1996 (PAKATI 96) TNI/POLRI provided social assistance for the underprivileged people. Food Aid has been distributed in six regions in Indonesia on Saturday (12/6/2021) in collaboration with the Aksi Cepat Tanggap (ACT).

"Today's social services are carried out simultaneously in six regions namely Jakarta, West Java, Makassar, Yogyakarta, Surabaya, and Medan. Then it is continued with delivering financial assistance to the widows of PAKATI," said the General Chairperson of the 25th PAKATI TNI/POLRI 96, Colonel Wahyu Tjahjadi.


Colonel Wahyu Tjahjadi directly distributes the assistance to the underprivileged people. (ACTNews/Reza Mardhani)

A total of 3,000 food packages were distributed on that day. Colonel Wahyu said that it was a realization of their concern for the nation, apart from their dedication all this time.

"Hopefully, we as soldiers and police officers can directly help the people whose livelihood is disrupted due to the Covid-19 pandemic in the last two years. At least, this food aid can ease the burden on our brothers and sisters in need," said Colonel Wahyu. 

He also appreciates the Aksi Cepat Tanggap who supported the action. “This is great. This activity is supported by ACT. We received support from the six cities so that we can distribute this assistance more widely to the community. Thank you to ACT,” added Colonel Wahyu.

Yana, a single mother in the Pademangan area, North Jakarta, was one of the recipients of this assistance. She thanked PAKATI 96 TNI/POLRI for paying attention to the plight of the underprivileged community. "Alhamdulillah, this can support my daily needs. My sales were affected by the pandemic, and lately, I often take days off since I have to take care of my paralyzed mother," said Yana.[]