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Next week, Bareskrim Examine Witnesses in the Panji Gumilang Alleged Money Laundering Case

breaknews Bareskrim Polri will begin summoning a number of witnesses in relation to the alleged money laundering (TPPU) case led by the Al-Zaytun Islamic boarding school, Panji Gumilang.

The Dirtipideksus Bareskrim Polri Brigadier General Whisnu Hermawan said the summons would be made next week.

“Next week there will be a confirmation with the witnesses,” said Brigadier General Whisnu, Thursday (20/7).

However, he is still reluctant to reveal the witnesses who will be examined.

Furthermore, he said the summons was carried out after investigators studied the Analysis Results Report from the Financial Transaction Analysis Reporting Center regarding Panji Gumilang’s account this week.

The investigation, he said, was carried out by investigators at the Dittipideksus Bareskrim Polri together with the Financial Transaction Reports and Analysis Center (PPTAK).

“This week we are going to deepen financial transactions in coordination with PPATK,” he said.

He only emphasized that all parties related to the Panji Gumilang ML crime would be asked for information by investigators.

Also Read: Alleged ML, Hundreds of Accounts of Al-Zaytun Panji Gumilang Leader Blocked by PPATK!

The Panji Gumilang money laundering allegation was initially conveyed by the Coordinating Minister for Political, Legal and Security Affairs (Menko Polhukam) Mahfud MD.

Mahfud said that currently the alleged money laundering crime was being investigated by the police.

According to his explanation, Al-Zaytun Islamic Boarding School has 367 bank accounts, of which 256 bank accounts are in the personal name of Panji Gumilang.

From the investigations carried out, it was found that many streams of aid funds entered the Al-Zaytun Islamic Boarding School account, then were transferred to the Panji Gumilang account.

“We are taking this as a crime of money laundering. Because there are indications that BOS funds entered institutions, then moved to Panji Gumilang’s personal accounts,” said Mahfud, at the DIY DPRD building, Saturday (15/07).

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