Friday , November 27 2020

Curhatan Family of Victims to Lion Air Management: Do not empathize, just call



TRIBUNNEWS.COM, JAKARTA – Johan Ramadhan, a family of passengers who were victims of the Lion Air PK-LQP plane crash in Tanjung Pakis, Karawang, some time ago poured his heart.

He said that the Lion Air Group seemed to lack empathy because of the treatment they gave to the families of the victims.

Read: Tears of Kabasarnas Unstoppable in front of the families of Lion Air PK-LQP Victims

"Our families need to be hugged, we lose our children, they are not thrown into the sea," said Johan at the Ibis Cawang Hotel, East Jakarta, Monday (05/11/2018).

According to him, the Lion Air Group never directly transmitted the expression of regret to the families of the victims who were at the center of the crisis.

With watery eyes, this middle-aged man expressed his disappointment with the management of the Lion Air Group.

"Thank you to the National Basaras for being honored with evacuating the victims, especially from our hero Syahrul Anto. But not for the Lion, sorry Mr. Rusdi Kirana I consider it a failure," said the family of Johan Ramadhan.

He also asked several managers of the Lion Air Group, including Lion Air's owner, Rusdi Kirana, to face the families of the victims gathered in a hall at the Ibis Hotel Cawang.

"Mr. Rusdi asked for your willingness to stand up, sir, I want to see from the first day I did not know what it was like," he said as Rusdi stood up as he shook his head.

Together with the families of other victims who were at the center of the crisis, they expected the government and related parties to provide assistance to the families of the victims.

"We want the attention of the victims of our government with all their emotions, I hope the government can accompany us. That did not end with Lion Air to pay for our insurance," he said.

Read: Flowers Flowers Objection, Families Ask Additional Physicians to Accelerate the Identification of Lion Air Victims

Previously, the aircraft with flight number JT610 on the Jakarta-Pangkalpinang route fell in the waters of Tanjung Pakis, Karawang, West Java, on Monday (10/29/2018).

The plane carried 189 people, including passengers and crew. Passengers consist of 178 adults, one child and two babies. While the crew consisted of two crew cockpits and six cabin crew.

Author: Nawir Arsyad Akbar

This news was aired on Tribunjakarta.com with the title: Victims of the Curhan Family for Air Directors Lion: Do not empathize, just call No.


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