Gojek riders in Jakarta to protest statement allegedly made by Malaysian


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  • Tuesday, 27 Aug 2019

JAKARTA (Bernama): Gojek rider-partners in Indonesia will protest a statement allegedly made by a Malaysian in Kuala Lumpur which they say is an insult to them.

According to local media reports quoting Gabungan Aksi Roda Dua (Garda) national chief Igun Wicaksono, the riders will submit a protest letter to Malaysian Ambassador to Indonesia Zainal Abidin Bakar and have threatened to demonstrate at the Malaysian embassy on Sept 3 if there is no apology from the individual.

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