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Prayut makes drought inspection trip to Surin, Buri Ram

By The Nation

 

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Prime Minister General Prayut Chan-o-cha left on a 7am military plane to the Buri Ram airport on Monday morning to gather first-hand information on the drought in Buri Ram and Surin provinces.

 

Prayut and his entourage were scheduled to observe the water level of the Huay Saneng Reservoir in Surin in the morning, where they would be briefed about the northeastern province’s water shortage.

 

After the briefing, Prayut would oversee a ceremony to dispatch water trucks from the Surin Irrigation Office to help affected villagers. He would then hold a meeting with the governors of 20 northeastern provinces at the Surin provincial hall.

 

The prime minister and his entourage would later visit the Surin rainmaking unit at Surin airport.

 

In the afternoon, Prayut is scheduled to visit Huay Chorake Mak Reservoir in Buri Ram province, where he would be briefed about the water shortage.

 

Before the entourage returns to Bangkok, the prime minister is also to meet with 118 villagers who allowed the authorities to use parts of their land to dig an irrigation canal to draw water from Lam Pathia river to the Huay Talad Reservoir to tackle drought.

 

Prayut is accompanied by Interior Minister General Anupong Paochinda, Agriculture Minister Chalermchai Sri-on, Natural Resources and Environment Minister Varawut Silpa-archa, and Deputy Defence Minister General Chaicharn Changmongkhol.

 

Source: https://www.nationthailand.com/news/30374953

 

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4 hours ago, worgeordie said:

He came,he seen, and maybe said, Yes its as dry as a nun's tit,

back on the plane and back to Bangkok.

regards Worgeordie

- probably to write a song of lament about the situation.

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Breaking news..... After Prayuts trip to Surin, he has ordered the local authorities to fix the situation in 7 days.:cheesy:

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Breaking news..... After Prayuts trip to Surin, he has ordered the local authorities to fix the situation in 7 days.:cheesy:

But what 7 days?


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Just asking, can anyone tell me, what qualifies the present office holders being able to run the Ministries of Interior, Agriculture and "Natural Resources and Environment". 
The presence of the Deputy Defence Minister is also not quite clear - to me at least or is there imminent danger to be expected from overseas aliens from the South of Surin? 

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As a precursor to this trip, Surin government lackeys trailed after the fact finding mission and, standing on the edge of a multi billion litre reservoir that is empty, said: Ha ha, minister, everything is fine, don't worry. It just rained two nights in a row. Matters are in hand.

 

I kid you not.

 

Prayut has said no need to pay water bills as the meters are faulty.

 

The remedy here is not sycophancy but rain; and no, I am not claiming to be a genius for offering that insight.

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Just as soon as they finish all those mega projects like bullet trains and the like I'm confident they'll get right on it. 

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He got worried when told the water buffaloes are on strike

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