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Recently, a video went viral on social media showing a soldier allegedly kicking a motorcycle ridden by a mother with a child on the back. The incident was reported to have occurred at a military checkpoint in East Java, Indonesia. The video sparked outrage and condemnation from the public, with many calling for the military authorities to take action against the perpetrator.
The incident reportedly happened when the mother and child were passing through the checkpoint on their way to a nearby market. The soldier, who was manning the checkpoint, allegedly kicked the motorcycle as it was passing through, causing the mother and child to fall off. Fortunately, they were not seriously injured.
The video of the incident was widely circulated on social media, where it attracted a lot of attention and criticism. Many people were appalled by the soldier’s actions, describing them as unacceptable and inhumane. They called for the military authorities to take action against the perpetrator, and to ensure that such incidents do not happen again in the future.
In response to the incident, the military authorities announced that they would conduct an investigation, and that the soldier in question would face disciplinary action if found guilty. The Indonesian Armed Forces Headquarters (MABES TNI) also issued a statement condemning the incident and promising to take appropriate action.
The incident has once again highlighted the issue of abuse of power by security forces in Indonesia. Many people are calling for stricter regulations and training for security personnel to ensure that they act with professionalism and respect for human rights.
In conclusion, the incident of the soldier allegedly kicking a motorcycle ridden by a mother with a child on the back has caused outrage and condemnation from the public. The military authorities have promised to take appropriate action, and many are calling for stricter regulations and training for security personnel to ensure that such incidents do not happen again. It remains to be seen what actions will be taken, but many are hopeful that justice will be served.