Merdeka.com – The National Oil and Gas Entrepreneurs Association (Hiswana Migas) Aceh, revealed the distribution of fuel oil (BBM) subsidies for fishermen in Aceh have not been well targeted. The subsidy is only enjoyed by groups of fishermen who go to sea using large boats. Meanwhile, traditional fishermen who go to sea using tep-tep boats (small boats), are not touched by this policy.
The chairman of Hiswana Migas Aceh, Nahrawi Noerdin, urged the Aceh Maritime Affairs and Fisheries Service (DKP) to register the traditional fishermen in order to obtain subsidized fuel.
“They (small fishermen) are the most deserving of subsidies. But in the field, even ships that use car engines, which go to sea for weeks, with an income of tens to hundreds of millions, get subsidies. already the name of the industry,” said Nahrawi, Thursday (22/9).
According to him, the traditional boat fishermen, who usually go to sea in the morning and return in the afternoon with an average income of Rp. 200 to Rp. 500 thousand, are neglected and are not served to obtain subsidized fuel.
Meanwhile, ships with 30 GT (Gross Tonnage) and above in Aceh, explained Nahrawi, are the ones that have always been profitable. In fact, based on regulations, fishing boats of 30 GT and above are prohibited from using subsidized fuel.
“This is the reality on the ground,” he explained.
Nahrawi Noerdin hopes that the Aceh DKP will immediately register and register all traditional fishermen in Aceh, so that the distribution of subsidized fuel for fishermen is right on target.
“Soon they (traditional fishermen) are given a recommendation to receive subsidized fuel. Because they are the most entitled,” he concluded.
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