The Head of One Stop Service (DPM PTSP) of Batam City Gustian Riau said during the leave with Idul Fitri 1439 Hijri from 11th to 20th June, all services in Public Service Mall (MPP) Batam closed. “No one is open,” he said.

Lebaran or Idul Fitri is the popular name for Eid al-Fitr in Indonesia and is one of the major national holidays in the country. Lebaran holiday officially lasts for two days in the Indonesian calendar, although the government usually declares a few days before and after the Lebaran as a bank holiday. Many individuals or families, especially Muslims take paid time off from their workplace during these days.

Regarding whether the service is still being opened by each agency in the main office of the relevant institution (not in MPP), he said that it is being upgraded to their respective institutions. However, there is no service in MPP during the leave. “Once the holiday, service is stopped first,” he said.

He appealed, to the people who want to take care to immediately memeanfatakan time before the leave together. On the occasion before the holiday, it will provide more maximum service.

“We will serve before the holiday,” he said. While specifically for licensing services from Pemko Batam, he said planned a day before the leave will be given more time if there is a sudden category business, Batam Pemko officers will serve until 21.00 pm.

“This is the plan for all Batam City Government services,” he added.

To note, the government decided on leave with Idul Fitri 1439 H still follow the Joint Decree (SKB) which has been signed three ministers on April 18, 2018 ago, which is seven days. Thus, the holiday off on Idul Fitri 2018 is 11, 12, 13, 14, 18, 19, and 20 June 2018.

The minister’s decree was signed by Minister of Religious Affairs Lukman Hakim Saifuddin, Minister of Employment Hanif Dakhiri, and Minister of State Apparatus Empowerment and Bureaucracy Reform Asman Abnur at the Ministry of Culture and Development Coordinating Building (PMK), Central Jakarta, Wednesday (18/4).


Source: Batampos

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