Even after you die you have to follow rules
The Jakarta Post, Jakarta
PREMIUM Such projects were often met with protests from relatives of the deceased, as it involves dismantling tiled and decorated graves reportedly without prior notification. Sofyan, a caretaker in the Karet Bivak cemetery, grumbled as he wiped the dust off a tombstone, "I don't get these people, all they do is destroy these nice graves." The block in which he works houses a range of grave...
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