Religious tension in Indonesia has soared since late last year after Islamist-led rallies saw Jakarta's governor, a member of double minority who is ethnic Chinese and Christian, put on trial during city elections over claims he insulted Koran.
The complainant, Muhammad Hidayat, a resident of Jakarta satellite city Bekasi, said in his report to police that President's son Kaesang Pangarep also humiliated villagers by describing those he criticized for intolerant attitudes as "countrified."
Jakarta, Jan 14 (ANI): Following a series of explosions and gunfire in Jakarta on Thursday, Indonesian President Joko Widodo urged the people to remain calm. Four suspected attackers were found dead. The area has now been secured by the police.