No clash in Bogor: Police
The Jakarta Post
Bogor Police have denied reports that a clash broke out in Puncak, Bogor, West Java, following the eviction of street vendors along its main road, on Thursday.
Reports of a clash were spread on WhatsApp along with photos and videos. People were also urged to not visit Puncak.
Police spokeswoman Adj. Ita Puspitalena confirmed on Thursday that the eviction of street vendors occupying state land occurred in Cianjur, West Java.
"Nonetheless, the vendors understood and cleaned up their debris," said Ita. "Please, do not worry because Puncak roads are safe and [...] things are running as usual."
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