22 Indonesian Militants Currently in Southern Philippines: Police

Arga sumantri    •    02 Juni 2017 15:57 WIB
terrorism
22 Indonesian Militants Currently in Southern Philippines: Police
The National Police spokesperson Inspector General Setyo Wasisto (Photo:MTVN/Lukman Diah Sari)

Metrotvnews.com, Jakarta: The National Police has detected 38 Indonesian citizens who have links with terrorism groups in southern Philippines.

"37 men and a woman," the National Police spokesperson Inspector General Setyo Wasisto said in Jakarta on Friday.

At least four people have died in southern Philippines, while other 12 people have returned to Indonesia.

"The remaining 22 people are still there," Setyo said.

Previously, Philippine authorities have included seven Indonesian militants on their most wanted list.

They are Ikhwan Yushel, Yayat Hidayat Tarli, Anggara Suprayogi, Yoki Pratama Windyarto. Lalu, Moch Jaelani Firdaus, Muhamad Gufron, and Muhammad Ilham Syahputra.


(WAH)