BANDUNG-The victims of BPJS Card counterfeiting will be recorded and registered to Jamkesda. According to The Governor of West Java, Ahmad Heryawan, the data collection remains to be done to ensure the appropriateness of the respective to be registered to Jamkesda, Wednesday (27/7).
"We must first make sure whether the concerned is entitled to Jamkesda or not, which means their BPJS insurance was paid by the government as they are poor people" he said.
Ahmad Heryawan also added the false BPJS card case must be investigated thoroughly because it involves issues of basic needs.
"This case must be investigated thoroughly because it involves the basic needs of the society, on the other hand, people also do not easily seduced by the ease of getting a card that only pay one hundred thousand rupiah a lifetime" he said.
According to Aher, BPJS and the government has a way to simplify and ease the burden on the people by becoming the participants of BPJS bas it is mandated by the law. (PUN)