Court Watchdog’s Former Chairman Sustains Injuries in Knife Assault

Former chairman of Indonesia’s Judicial Commission, Jaja Ahmad Jayus, was hospitalized after being stabbed by an unidentified attacker at his home in Bandung, West Java. The attack was pre-planned, with the lone attacker waiting for Jaja to arrive before using a traditional, sickle-shaped knife called clurit to assault him. Jaja sustained stab wounds to the head and neck and his daughter was also reportedly injured in the attack. The motive for the attack remains unknown. The Judicial Commission has condemned the attack and is monitoring the case to ensure the police investigate it thoroughly. Jaja was a two-term chairman of the Judicial Commission from 2010-2020.

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