The rally turned noisy when the students urged Deru to meet them.
"The first demand, arrest and try the companies setting fire to land in South Sumatra and revoke their permits," the rally's coordinator Ni'matul Hakiki Vebri Awan said.
The second demand is that law enforcement agencies should deal sternly with perpetrators of land fires in South Sumatra, under Regional Regulation No. 8 of 2006 and Law No. 32 of 2009, he said.
The third demand asked for clarity on the regulation that serves as the legal basis for the opening of farmland in South Sumatra under Law No. 39 of 2014.
The fourth is a request for the creation of a task force to mitigate land and forest fires and supervise the fire-prone peatland and land.
The fifth demand is to facilitate free health services for the people affected by the fires and the sixth has asked the governor to issue a decision requiring each company to prevent land and forest fires.
"If G-ASMA's demand is not met and haze tragedy recurs in 2020, the South Sumatra governor is ready to relinquish his post," Awan said. (INE)
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