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Community Collaboration Weaves the Village: Babinsa Bantarmara Koramil 1002/Cimalaka Paving the Kebon Kalapa Path

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Community Collaboration Weaves the Village: Babinsa Bantarmara Koramil 1002/Cimalaka Paving the Kebon Kalapa Path

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Koramil 1002/Cimalaka

HALLOSUMEDANG – As a form of togetherness and concern for the community, Babinsa of Bantarmara Village from Koramil 1002/Cimalaka Kodim 0610/Sumedang, Sertu Enceng Darusman, along with the villagers of Bantarmara, carried out a Community Work project to pave a village road connecting two villages, namely Bantarmara Village and Kebon Kalapa Village, located in Blok Angkeub, Bantarjaya Hamlet, Rw 04, Bantarmara Village, Cisarua Sub-district, Sumedang District. Thursday (04/04/2024)

This mutual cooperation activity aims to support the local government’s program in improving community welfare, especially in the infrastructure sector. With the paved road, it is hoped that transportation and mobility of residents will be smoother, thus improving the standard of living.

Sertu Enceng Darusman stated that this activity is one of the territorial development tasks carried out by Babinsa, as a form of TNI’s concern for the difficulties faced by the community.

“We are always ready to help the residents in any way, including in building the village. We hope that with this paved road, the residents can directly feel its benefits, both economically, socially, and educationally,” he said.

Asep, one of the residents, expressed his gratitude to Babinsa and all parties who participated in this mutual cooperation activity.

“We are very grateful for the assistance and cooperation provided by Babinsa and the villagers. We hope that this activity can serve as an example for other villages, that through mutual cooperation, we can develop our own village,” he said.

Meanwhile, the Danramil 1002/Cimalaka, Captain Inf Lesly Darmawan, conveyed appreciation and gratitude to Babinsa and the villagers who participated in the mutual cooperation.

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“This is one form of synergy between the TNI and the community, which must be maintained and improved. With good road access, it is hoped that it can facilitate residents in their activities, both in transporting agricultural products and in the education sector, where school children will easily reach school locations,” he concluded.

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