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Effective Dynamic Defensive Strategy Against Papua’s KST Brutal Action

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By: Rebecca Marian)*
KH Ma’ruf Amin as the Vice President of the Republic of Indonesia said that the government plans to change the strategy in dealing with KST into a dynamic defensive approach. This strategy is believed to be effective against the brutal action of KST in Papua so that there are no more victims from civil society.
The government is trying its best to continue to protect the community, including in Papua. Vice President Ma’ruf Amin said that the people of Papua have basic rights in the form of the right to a calm situation from all kinds of disturbances. Moreover, a safe situation will support the development of welfare in Papua.
Welfare for the Papuan people is something that must be fought for, however, the issue of security cannot be taken as secondary. Because the Papuan people should not become victims just because of the ego of the separatist group.

Spokesperson for Vice President Masduki Baidowi said there were many special breakthroughs made by the government for the Papuan team led by Ma’ruf Amin. Masduki once said that the people of Papua and West Papua want to be prosperous through education and human resources. Of course, a humanist approach is absolutely necessary so that the Papuan people have a sense of security in pursuing education or in carrying out their activities.
KST also has a track record of inhumane acts, Afandy Tiakoly a gold miner who became a victim of violence perpetrated by KST. Apart from that, Aris Kalan, a construction worker, was hacked at Intan Jaya by KST members.

News about brutal acts and conflicts in Papua seem to be volumes of news, to suppress them, of course, a humanist approach is needed so that people still have sympathy for the government.
With a humanist approach, it is hoped that the community will be more sympathetic and certainly the process of improving welfare for Papua can continue, because it will be difficult to develop an area if the people still like to spread conflict.
Mahfud MD as the Coordinating Minister for Political, Legal and Security Affairs (Menko Polhukam) said firmly that the approach taken for Papua is comprehensive and synergistic welfare development. This means that the approach for the Papuan people is not an approach using weapons but also welfare.

Of course, security is the key in creating prosperity in Papua. If the people of Papua feel safe, of course the welfare of the people in Papua can increase. Therefore, it is very important for the government to intervene in efforts to secure the people in Papua.
It should be noted that KST shot Second Sergeant Miskel Rumbiak Saereri and died after being shot. Serda Miskel Rumbiak along with other members were attacked by separatist groups while carrying out coaching tasks for the benefit of the local community in the East Aifat district. Four other soldiers were declared injured.

With the existence of atrocities that clearly violate human rights, of course the state must be present with a clear goal, namely to protect Papuans so that they can live a normal life, without being overshadowed by terror and fear. When Papua returns to peace and conducive without conflict involving firearms, the government can calmly continue development on Cenderawasih Earth
One of the developments that has become a new icon is the construction of the Youtefa bridge in Jayapura, this bridge has also become a landmark of collaborative activities between levels of government through funding cooperation involving the State Revenue and Expenditure Budget, State Sharia Securities, Provincial Revenue and Expenditure Budget and Revenue Budget. and District Expenditures.

The move by the government and security forces using a dynamic defensive strategy is a good breakthrough in countering the brutality of the Separatist Terrorist Group (KST) in Papua. Of course, the handling of the conflict in Papua, through a dynamic defensive strategy, is proof of the government’s seriousness in fighting the KST Brutal action.
Fighting KST, of course, requires a strategy, so that the security forces can suppress the KST gang that often acts in Papua, so that a sense of security for the Papuan people will be created. This sense of security will be the belief of the Papuan people that the government has concern for Papua.

)* The author is a contributor to the Pertiwi Institute

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