Indonesia: nine students injured after demonstrationEvent
- Initial Date
- Sep 6, 2022
- Event Description
The Bengkulu Branch of the Islamic Student Association (HMI) held a protest against the increase in fuel prices in Bengkulu Provincial DPRD office on 6 September 2022. As result of the protest, students clashed with the police, leading to 9 students being reportedly injured.
The following are the names of the victims:
Fatih Inaya, Agribusiness Department Class of 2021. Taken to RSHD
Serlina, Department of Nursing class of 2022 was rushed to the RSHD because of shortness of breath and seizures
Syifa Magfirah, Department of Law class of 2021, asthma due to exposure to tear gas.
M. Juan Syarin, Department of Social Welfare batch 2021, suffered an injury to his temple.
Wahyunda Pratama, Department of Marine Science class of 2020, suffered a head injury.
Nova, Department of Management class of 2021, suffered from hand and shoulder injuries and a damaged almet on the shoulder
Kristin, Department of Management, class of 2021, suffered an injury to her hand.
UNIB Student President, M. Alriansyah Idris, was rushed to the RSHD due to injuries to his temples, cracked lips and broken hands.
Yona Listio Tesha, Department of English Education, class of 2022, experienced sore eyes and couldn't open them for almost half an hour and was rushed to M Yunus Hospital.
- Impact of Event
- Gender of HRD
- Violence (physical)
- Wounds and Injuries
- Rights Concerned
- Freedom of assembly
- Freedom of expression
- Right to healthy and safe environment
- Right to Protest
- Monitoring Status
- Event Location
- Event Location
- Summary for Publications
On 6 September 2022, nine students members of the Bengkulu Student Alliance, including WHRDs, were met with violence by the police while staging a demonstration against the fuel price in Bengkulu, Indonesia.