Sarawak woman deported back
A Sarawakian who sneak in to Indonesia was arrested and detained and has recently been released and deported back.
SUPP PCB Chief, Wilfred Yap had communicated and written to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Malaysian Consulate General in Pontianak to request for their assistance for the Sarawakian woman to ensure her welfare, basic needs and medical needs are taken care of and to speed up the legal process.
The woman have been released by Indonesian Authorities in Kalimantan and deported back to Kuching and SUPP PCB would like to thank the Malaysian Consulate General in Pontianak for their efficiency and professionalism in their handling of the matter. .
SUPP PCB is issuing this press statement to warn the public that Sarawakians should not enter Indonesia through “Jalan Tikus” and without a valid Passport and would like to remind all Sarawakians to comply with the immigration regulations of Indonesia and to apply for a visa (where required) in accordance with the purpose of their visit.
SUPP PCB also hopes that the public will be more careful in their decisions and to be law abiding as this will go a long way towards not getting themselves into the wrong side of the law.
SUPP Public Complaints Bureau is always ready to lend a helping hand to the anyone facing problems or who come across problems of public interest but does not know how to deal with it. Anyone requiring assistance can always call SUPP Public Complaint’s mobile number at 016-7797688 or 082-246999 or go direct to SUPP Head Office to request for assistance.
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