Development in West Java Achieve 95 percent

BANDUNG, (INILAHKORAN) – West Java Governor Ahmad Heryawan mentioned that the success of West Java Provincial Government in fulfilling the Medium Term Development Plan (RPJMD) has reached 95 percent before the end of his term.

“According to Bapeda, it turns out the success of West Java provincial government in fulfilling the promises of campaign 2013-2018 has reached 95 percent.In order to reach 100 percent is very difficult, because moreover this concerns a very broad, development in all provinces of West Java,” said the governor. usually called Aher after opening the West Java Development Exhibition at Gedung Sate, Monday (19/3/2018).

But in general, development in West Java Aher said can be resolved, although not reaching 100 percent. The achievement, he said, has been very proud. “If the exam is very satisfactory, cum laude,” he explained.

Nevertheless, Aher acknowledges there are a number of obstacles in doing development in West Java which has a wide area and many people. One of the new and untouched development can be done in 2018 is Floating Mosque of Al Jabbar in Cimincrang, District Gede Bage, Bandung City.

He said, the construction of a mosque that will be mentioned will be a mosque pride of West Java community should be hampered because it takes into account the aspect of accountability in the development process.

“It does not end because of technical matters, to maintain accountability, keep our development actions clear of corrupt behavior, then we choose better slow than fast, but there are legal issues,” he said.

In addition, other major development which is currently in the middle of the completion of the completion of the construction of West Java International Airport (BIJB) in Kertajati District, Majalengka District. “It’s been a long time the ideals of the people of West Java, God willing start to look, and Inshallah aviation will be done on May 1, 2018,” he said.

Another success, he said, is the road and bridge problems that have been successfully maintained by the Provincial Government of West Java at 98.7 percent.

“Alhamdulillah we can maintain road stability at 98.7 percent figure,” he concluded.