Residents Disobey Disaster-Prone Zones

Weak Socialization

Reportase: Ikhsan Madjido

THE MAP OF Disaster-prone zone (ZRB) that has been issued by the central government is very strong because it was signed by four ministers, the Head of BNPB, the Governor of Central Sulawesi, the Chairman of the Central Sulawesi DPRD, the Mayor of Palu, the Regent of Donggala and the Regent of Sigi.

So it is very naive if the community builds or re-builds in the red zone only for reasons that regional 
regulations have not been made.

The Central Sulawesi disaster observer, Abdullah, regretted that there were still Palu residents who did not comply with the map of the Disaster Prone Zone (ZRB) while still building shelter and surviving in the area.

"Hopefully there is no person who fools the community by saying just go back or just build it there (red zone) because there is no charge," Abdullah said, in Palu, Wednesday (12/6/2019).

Even though it concerns the regional regulations, if the provincial regulation is only signed by the governor, the municipal regional regulation of Palu mayor and regency regulation by the regent Moreover, the occurrence of the disaster did not choose whether the area had been settled or not.

"But what is very unfortunate is if the government is only" silent "in the case, even though it is very closely related to the safety of life and property of citizens," explained this academy Untad.

According to him, it seems that the government is less going to the field, in direct contact with the residents.

The government should provide information on the importance of complying with the ZRB Map without having to wait for the revision of the Central Sulawesi Provincial RTRW Regulation, Palu City, Sigi or the Donggala RTRW Perda.

Although stakes and markers have been installed including appeals to not build such as on the beach, liquefaction area and above faults. But that is not enough.

"Signs and bulletin boards are not enough. "There must be direct socialization with the citizens, moreover it is already evident that the stakes and bulletin boards are ineffective," he argued.

He added, the BPBD neglected to socialize the map. Socialization, Abdullah suggested, did not have to go to the field.

"It can be done in the BPBD hall or the hall of each sub-district office by inviting representative groups of disaster victims," ​​he advised.

The member of the Palu-Koro expedition and Poso expedition team also emphasized that the regional regulations or officers regarding spatial planning only specify the "content" of the ZRB map, not strengthen it, because the ZRB map is legally stronger than the regional regulations especially the regency / guard / regency.

"And specifically the zones in the ZRB map are actually detailed, it is only necessary to socialize them intensively to the residents, while making regulations or regulations / regulations / regulations regarding their respective RTRW revisions," he said.

The head of the Central Sulawesi Regional Disaster Management Agency (BPBD), Bartholomeus Tandigala acknowledged the lack of socialization.

"Yes, that's right. Because Huntap's preparation is still under construction, so there are people who can't wait. This is the situation that is happening now," he said.

But it promised to always socialize to the community after the completion of the construction of earthquake-resistant Huntap and was built in a safe area.

In line with Abdullah, his party will prepare relevant socialization material, synchronous between the material from the provincial BPBD, Palu, Sigi and Donggala). It was delivered by the speaker who mastered the problem.

"Later it will be determined by the schedule and place, the participants will be representatives of disaster victims, both the type of disaster and the location of the disaster," he said, agreeing to Abdullah.**

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