Jakarta, Indonesia – Today, authorities tightened security around Jakarta’s Old City and surrounding areas as the security situation in the region worsened.
In addition, Indonesia’s national police chief has ordered all local police to wear helmets while conducting searches.
Indonesia’s national security forces have tightened security near Jakarta’s Ojek city center, a city in the center of Jakarta’s Bali region.
Jakarta is one of the world is busiest airports, with more than 1.2 million passengers on its runways.
More than 1,000 security forces were deployed on the runways as a precaution.
The Jakarta airport has become a target of a series of bomb blasts.
Two blasts near the airport this week left four people dead and nearly a dozen others injured.
Authorities have launched an investigation into the blast.
In August, Jakarta’s airport was evacuated due to a possible bomb threat.
Police say they are investigating the possibility that a bomb was placed on board a plane that landed in Jakarta.
The bombing happened shortly after a flight from Malaysia to Singapore landed in Indonesia.
As the situation worsened in Indonesia, President Joko Widodo has called for greater vigilance and for more police to be deployed in the country.
At least four people were killed when two bombs exploded at the Jakarta airport on Monday.
Police are investigating and have launched a criminal investigation into who is responsible for the bomb blast.
The two bombs, which were detonated on the runway, left five people dead.
Earlier, Indonesia was rocked by a series, and most of them are believed to be related to the bomb attacks at Jakarta’s international airport.
The blasts on Monday and the airport bombing left at least 22 dead and more than 60 injured.
According to police, the two bombs that went off Monday were made of nails and metal bars.
The explosives were strapped to the sides of the two passenger planes and detonated by a remote control device on board the two planes.
Authorities are still investigating the motive behind the two bomb attacks, but said they were likely linked.
On Tuesday, the head of Indonesia’s National Emergency Management Agency said that the country was in the midst of a serious and prolonged crisis in the security environment.
The National Disaster Management Agency (BNM) Director General, Maj. Gen. Jutta Erasanto, said the country is in the middle of a “serious and prolonged” crisis in security.
Erasanto said that Indonesia is on the verge of a situation of “massacre,” and called on people to help prevent the worst-case scenario from happening.
Erasanto said the situation is “extremely tense,” and said that she has ordered her country’s military to increase its security at its overseas bases.
While Indonesian police are investigating, authorities have deployed more police officers on the streets to make the country’s airports safer.
The Jakarta airport, where the airport bombings occurred, is still open.
Police said that they have detained a suspect in connection with Monday’s blasts, and the countrys national security chief has asked all local officers to wear helmet while conducting search operations.
Officials have also asked people not to travel to the airport or travel from the airport to the Indonesian cities of Surabaya, Bali, and Surabang.
Local police officers will be patrolling the streets and checkpoints in Jakarta, with additional patrols in Surabaka and Bali.
KUALA LUMPUR, Indonesia– Security forces are trying to arrest a man suspected of planting two explosive devices at the Bali international airport on Sunday.
An explosion in the Bamiyan airport near Bali killed at least five people and wounded nearly 60.
Police said the bomber was an Iranian national who had entered the airport through a side door after a bombing earlier in the day.
“The suspect had a large amount of explosives, and he was not wearing a helmet,” police said.
Meanwhile, authorities are searching for a man who left the airport early Monday morning and was later spotted on a highway near Surabada.
After police identified him as the suspect, they searched his car, and found a note saying: “I am a person who entered the Banyan Towers International Airport (Bamiyan Airport) without a ticket.”
The note is said to have been written by the suspect.
It is unknown how long the man was on the highway, and how he got on the road to Surabay.