Media Indonesia, Page 8 (2)
The Jakarta Smart Cards (KJP) that were launched last year have made many schools in difficulty, particularly in terms of verification. Moreover, the data of some schools are not the same as those kept in the subdistrict offices. The matter such as that occurs to SMPN 180 Bambu Apus, East Jakarta. Until today, they have registered 33 students to obtain KJP, whereas 50 other students have been put into the list of proposed recipients.
But according to Haris, Chief of RW (Citizens Association) 01 Kampung Melayu, many of the applicants are from well-off families. We are reluctant to refuse them, but we want the cards got by the poor. According to him, there should be an independent party to determine the students who should get the KJP.