Chairman of the Papuan People's Assembly Timotius Murib Talks About Attack in Kiwirok

23 October 2021

TEMPO.CO, Jakarta - Chairman of the Papuan People's Assembly Timotius Murib said he had received information about a large -scale attack in Papua's Kiwirok District, which was allegedly carried out by joint security forces. They allegedly dropped the bomb by helicopter.

He said the Indonesian National Army (TNI) and the Indonesian Police were suspected of dropping bombs on villages.

"The information we got from the public was that there were fourteen rockets fired, one that exploded, the remaining thirteen did not explode," Timotius told Tempo on Saturday, October 23, 2021.

According to Timotius, the bombing happened on October 10. As a result of the incident, it is estimated that hundreds to thousands of civilians were forced to flee to the forests, surrounding villages, to Papua New Guinea.

Note: Kiwirok district is located in the Star Mountains ( interior) region of West Papua.

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