Bandung, IDN Times – Sunda Empire is making a commotion again. This time the controversy came from the biological sons of two defendants of the Sunda Empire Empire, Nasri Banks, Rd. Ratnaningrum namely Fathia Reza and Lamia Roro, who did not recognize as Indonesian citizens.
Fathia and Lamia are currently unknown.
This was stated directly by the younger sibling of the defendant Rd. Ratnaningrum, Rd. Setiawati when met at her residence in Kelurahan Maleber, Andir District, Bandung, Friday (6/19).
1. Reportedly detained in Malaysia in 2007 and not claiming to be an Indonesian citizen
Setiawati said that she knew Fathia Reza and Lamia Roro since they were young. Over time, the two of them went outside Indonesia, but Setiawati claimed not to know their destination. Then in 2007, he got word that both of them were arrested by Malaysian authorities.
In fact, he said the two men had so far not recognized as Indonesian citizens, but rather citizens of the Sunda Empire.
“I got word that 2007 was detained in Malaysia, maybe until now. He said both of them did not recognize Indonesian citizens,” he said.
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2. The family lost contact with Fathia Reza and Lamia Roro for a long time
Setiawati said she was concerned about what happened to her siblings’ two children. Until now the news of both was not known. The family lost contact with Fathia Reza and Lamia Roro for a long time, and until now has not gotten the latest news.
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“We also lost communication with our family (no news). I was concerned when I imagined how the two of them lived there for a dozen years,” he said.
3. The family regrets that they do not recognize as Indonesian citizens
Setiawati hopes that her two siblings will wake up and admit that they are Indonesian citizens. In addition, he also hopes that his two siblings can return home and return to Indonesia quickly.
“They themselves did not even recognize as Indonesian citizens. Even though I as his aunt knew exactly he was my sister’s children,” he said.
4. Many astonishing facts about the Sunda Empire in the indictment
As is known, three people of the Sunda Empire Empire have been serving trial in the Bandung District Court since Thursday (6/19). In the third indictment file, many astonishing facts about the existence of the Sunda Empire Empire in Indonesia.
One of the surprising things is that the two women mentioned in the indictment had sought the Sunda Empire manuscript outside of Indonesia with a fake diplomatic passport Sunda Empire, until finally arrested by Malaysian authorities.
Quoting from the page Among, the two men were arrested while claiming to be the Sundanese Princess Putri who holds a Sundanese government passport. Both were also detained at the Miri police station, Kuching, Malaysia, since Thursday, July 26, 2007.
The two women were also reported to be fluent in English. Both caused an uproar in the local area because they were found in an open area between the borders of Malaysia and Brunei.
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