Tarakan Borneo - Governor of South Sulawesi (Sulawesi) Syahrul Yasin Limpo sought to join the riot in Tarakan, East Kalimantan (Kaltim), is not widespread. Yasin Limpo this hands down due to conflict which took a death toll that involve citizens from Bugis.
"Mr. Governor of South Sulawesi have also been helpful, making phone calls to the people of Sulawesi that was there (Tarakan, red)," said Home Minister Gamawan Fauzi told reporters at his office on Tuesday (28 / 9).
Gamawan said this when asked whether there was an attempt to bring together government leaders Tidung with Bugis leaders, in order to prevent spillover of the conflict. Gamawan explained, will also be pursued antartokoh meeting both the tribe.
"Yes, yes direction will certainly go there," said Gamawan. For the moment, because the smell of unrest still warm, then the government with the security forces to prioritize aspects of security. "While the first security priority," he explained.
As reported, during Monday (27 / 9), the atmosphere was tense due to the riots hit Tarakan, East Kalimantan. Some residents with a sharp weapon in the hands sweeping action against other citizens. Two houses were also burned and damaged four other homes.
Riots triggered the deaths of Abdullah bin Salim H (58) since beaten six youths in the area Juata Permai, North Tarakan. The death of Abdullah Bin H. Salim is the case on Sunday night or Monday (27 / 9) morning, after a quarrel between son Abdullah bin Salim H named Abdul Rahman to 6 youth. The quarrel occurred after Abdul Rahman buy cigarettes at around 22:00 on Sunday (26 / 9) last night. (Sam / jpnn)
Source: Jpnn.com (28 September 2010)