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Directly led by Novel Baswedan, the Corruption Prevention Task Force Team at the Police Headquarters consisting of Rizka Anungnata, Farid Andika, and Yudi Purnomo Harahap carried out joint activities with the Ministry of Trade to expose and destroy goods resulting from surveillance of imported used clothing, used bags and used shoes. The activity was attended by, among others, Members of the Republic of Indonesia DPR, Ministry of Industry, Riau Provincial Government, High Court, Riau Police, Customs and Excise, and others On that occasion, Novel, who was known as a senior KPK investigator, said that the National Police's Corruption Prevention Task Force would continue to oversee government programs that support national economic growth. This includes activities directly led by the Minister of Trade Zulkifli Hasan.

Novel explained that the import of used goods, in this case textile products, is against the law (illegal), so it is necessary to enforce the law. If this situation is not followed up, it will become a corrupt practice that is detrimental to the interests of the state and society.

Not to mention the diseases brought from used clothes/textiles which are dangerous to public health. As well as the large number of illegal imports of used clothing/textile products that will disrupt domestic textile production which will ultimately harm society and the interests of the state.

Efforts to suppress and destroy used clothes / textiles need to be carried out consistently, so as not to further harm the community and the country.

Therefore, the support of all parties, both central and regional government apparatus, law enforcers and the community is very important to uphold the law and protect the interests of society and the state.

Purnomo Member of the Corruption Prevention Task Force at the National Police Headquarters added that previously the Task Force had also collaborated with the Ministry of Trade in the case of destroying illegal steel that did not comply with SNI standards. According to Yudi, what the Task Force is doing is one of the direct tasks of the National Police Chief so that the National Police can contribute to overseeing government programs that are positive for national economic growth, which is currently growing.

Moreover, President Joko Widodo previously ordered to take firm action against the illegal import of used clothing because it disrupted the national textile industry.

Going forward, the former chairman of the Corruption Eradication Commission for Corruption Eradication Commission added that the Corruption Prevention Task Force for the National Police will continue to oversee the enforcement of regulations by the Ministry of Trade regarding the import of used clothing and other ongoing activities at other ministries in the sectors of state revenue, social assistance, energy and security. food.