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Secondhand Clothes are Waste from Abroad

Written By Kepri Online on Thursday, July 21, 2011 | 20:15

Destruction Secondhand Goods
Secondhand clothes and goods is a waste from abroad, says Chief Prosecutor's of Tanjung Balai Karimun, Demu Sitepu culling in evidence of secondhand clothing and home furnishings in Meral District, Karimun regency, Riau Islands Province, on Wednesday this week.

According Demu Sitepu, the value of thousands of sacks of secondhan clothing and hundreds of secondhand goods, such as chairs, spring bed, mattress, old tires and other can not be valued in money.

''We did not calculate the value premises of money, but we assessed the item is a waste from abroad. Secondhand clothes are not fit for use because it has been used by others. In addition, imports of used clothing is also damaging the country's textile industry,'' he said.

Destruction of clothing and household furnishings former is done by burning, witnessed a number of officials from local governments, courts, customs, police and the Indonesian national army (TNI).

Baked goods case is evidence of smuggling of used clothing that captured the Riau Islands customs during the period 2009-2010.

Used clothing and used goods were smuggled in from Malaysia and Singapore, with the aim of the various regions in Indonesia.

As the waters at the border, Riau Islands province is the trajectory path smuggling to and from Malaysia and Singapore.

Goods that are destroyed are cases handled by District Attorney Tanjung Balai Karimun and Batam. le: 135 balpress, 98 pieces of tires, 50 pcs mattress and 25 cardboard fruit drinks. The evidence was confiscated from KM Sakira and KM Mulyani sentenced Tanjung Balai Karimun State Court in 2010.

293 units mixed goods seized from KM Mandiri. 1000 sacks of used clothing seized from KM Kuindra. Then, the evidence seized from KM Al Fikri Jaya, consisting of 153 pcs mattress, 288 pieces spring bed, 170 bales of used plastic, 26 units filling cabinet, three chairs, former guests and 16 bicycles former, 35 beds and 20 beds used for door leaves scars.

Evidence in the case of disconnected Batam Court, KM Ajamu on 20 November 2009, consisted of 130 spring bed and 20 drums scrap metal.

Finally, evidence from the case of KM Maju Bersama is terminated on October 6, 2009 of 825 pcs mattress used, 16 units of refrigerators, washing machines 20 units, 28 screen computer monitor, CPU 31 units, 50 televisions, 620 pcs tires, 20 pcs doors, 170 pcs office chairs, 6 hospital beds and 4 of loudspeaker.

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Iskaruji dot com said...

Oh..that's why and what for.."damaging the country's textile industry"..ehm..why don't make a question like this, "Can local industry produce high quality products better and cheaper than ex-product from abroad?

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