Giliran Ribut Jebol Pohon Makam

Dilarang Dijual, Dipotong-potong Tak Berguna

KEDIRI – Kegaduhan warga terkait dengan makam, kembali muncul. Kali ini di Lingkungan Klotok, kelurahan Pojok, Kota Kediri. Sejumlah warga mempersoalkan kayu semboja di makam setempat, yang sudah dijebol warga untuk dijual guna pemenuhan kebutuhan makam, malah dipotong-potong aparat hingga tidak bisa dijual lagi dan tidak bisa dimanfaatkan. Kini, warga bingung bagaimana mengembalikan uang ke pembeli pohon.

BERSERAKAN : Pohon Semboja yang sudah dipotong-potong, menumpuk berserakan di Makam Lingkungan Klotok, Kelurahan Pojok

Informasi yang dikumpulkan Kediripost, kejadian itu bermula saat warga merasa butuh cungkup makam, kayu tlisik untuk orang meninggal, dan kebutuhan lain seperti membayar listrik, penambahan lampu makam, dan sebagainya. Sejumlah warga dan ketua RT, sepakat menjebol kayu semboja di makam untuk dijual dan uangnya untuk beberapa kebutuhan makam tersebut. Sebab, selama ini makam itu memang warga sekitar yang merawat.

CUNGKUP MAKAM : Cungkup yang Bangunan warga dari hasil penjualan Pohon Semboja

Setelah mendapat pembeli, mereka segera menjebol kayu Semboja berukuran besar dengan diameter sekitar 60 cm dan tinggi sekitar 4 meter di makam itu. Usai dibayar, uang segera didistribukan ke berbagai kebutuhan, antara lain membangun cungkup dan memotong kayu untuk tlisik makam. Sementara, kayu semboja yang sudah terjual itu masih berdiri, tapi belum diangkut oleh pembelinya.
Namun di tengah proses membangun cungkup itu, mereka didatangi perangkat desa agar menghentikan kegiatan. Selain itu, kayu Semboja besar yang sudah dijebol, dipotong-potong hingga tidak bisa dijual lagi dan tidak bisa dimanfaatkan lagi. “Kita kecewa karena dipotong – potong, tidak bisa dimanfaatkan lagi. Toh uangnya untuk kepentingan warga bersama, sudah kesepakatan bersama, dan bukan untuk kepentingan pribadi,”ujar KH. Imron Rosyid, salah satu tokoh masyarakat sekitar.
Hal serupa diungkapkan Munahar, ketua RT 20 / RW IV, yang ikut pada rapat kesepakat itu. “Saat itu, warga tahunya untuk kepentingan warga bersama, jadi warga di lingkungan ya mendukung. Kalau ada orang meninggal, di sini kain mori pun disediakan lingkungan, termasuk kayu tlisik di dalam makam, dan sebagainya. Jadi keluarga orang meninggal itu tidak perlu repot – repot, misalnya kalau ada yang meninggal sore atau malam hari,”tandasnya.
Sementara itu, Erly Maya, Kepala Kelurahan Pojok, saat dikonfirmasi melalui saluran WA menjelaskan awalnya dia mendapat laporan bahwa pohon Semboja itu ambruk dan menimpa beberapa makam. Namun saat dia melihat ke lokasi, ternyata kondisinya masih berdiri. “Saya jelaskan ke RT dan RW, makam itu aset. Setiap pemanfaat aset atau sesuatu di atasnya, harus ijin Walikota. Apapun boleh, sepanjang sudah mendapat ijin,”katanya.
Saat ditanya soal dipotong-potongnya pohon itu hingga tidak bisa dimanfaatkan lagi dan ditinggalkan begitu saja di makam, Erly belum menjawab. (mam)

The turn of the chaos to break down the Tomb tree 

Forbidden to sell, cut into pieces useless

KEDIRI – The commotion of the residents regarding the grave has re-emerged. This time in the Klotok neighborhood, Pojok sub-district, Kediri City. A number of residents questioned the semboja wood in the local cemetery, which the residents had hacked down to sell it to fulfill the graves’ needs, had been cut by the authorities so that it could no longer be sold and could not be used. Now, residents are confused about how to return the money to the tree buyer.
According to the information collected by Kediripost, the incident started when residents felt they needed grave cups, tlisik wood for the dead, and other necessities such as paying for electricity, adding tomb lights, and so on. A number of residents and the head of the RT, agreed to break the semboja wood at the grave to sell it and the money for some of the tomb’s needs. This is because so far the graves have been taking care of the local residents.
After finding a buyer, they immediately broke into a large Semboja wood with a diameter of about 60 cm and a height of about 4 meters at the tomb. After being paid, the money was immediately distributed to various needs, including building cupola and chopping wood for grave sites. Meanwhile, the sold semboja wood is still standing, but has not been transported by the buyer.
However, in the middle of the process of building the cupola, they were approached by village officials to stop the activity. In addition, the large Semboja logs that have been broken down are cut into pieces so that they cannot be sold anymore and cannot be used anymore. “We are disappointed because it is cut into pieces, it can no longer be used. After all, the money is for the benefit of the common people, it is a mutual agreement, and not for personal interests, “said KH. Imron Rosyid, one of the local community leaders.
Munahar, the head of RT 20 / RW IV, also expressed the same thing, who participated in the meeting. “At that time, the residents knew it was in the interests of the common people, so residents in the neighborhood were supportive. If someone dies, the environment is provided here, including tlisik wood in the tomb, and so on. So the family of the deceased does not need to bother, for example if someone dies in the afternoon or at night, “he said.
Meanwhile, Erly Maya, Head of Pojok Kelurahan, when confirmed through the WA channel, explained that initially she received reports that the Semboja tree had collapsed and hit several graves. But when he looked at the location, it turned out that he was still standing. “I explained to RT and RW, graves are assets. Every user of assets or something on it, must have permission from the Mayor. Anything is allowed, as long as it has received permission, “he said.
When asked about the cutting of the tree so that it could no longer be used and just leaving it in the grave, Erly did not answer. (mam)

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