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Deputy PM Prawit: Flood news, updates to be broadcast every day

 

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BANGKOK, 17 September 2019 (NNT) - The Deputy Prime Minister, Gen. Prawit Wongsuwan, has instructed relevant agencies to provide news and updates on the flood situation on a daily basis, while insisting that the government is doing its best to look after the people in flood-hit areas.

 

Gen. Prawit has ordered the Ministry of the Interior and related units to provide news and updates about the flood situation daily, so that the general public is well informed of the progress. Gen. Prawit said over 4,000 soldiers have been deployed to carry out flood relief operations, while dismissing rumors of some officials refusing to enter inundated areas. Speaking of people who donated money to help those affected through other channels instead of government agencies, he expressed his confidence that donations through the government would definitely be distributed to the people in need. On Tuesday evening (Sept 17), Gen. Prawit and the cabinet ministers are to answer phone calls from donors interested in helping flood victims.

 

The Deputy Prime Minister said the coalition parties had decided to postpone their reception following the House session, because a number of MPs are now providing assistance to people in difficulties in flood-hit areas. Gen. Prawit said he will join the parliamentary general debate on the cabinet’s swearing-in and the government’s budget allocations on Wednesday.

 

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12 minutes ago, webfact said:

The Deputy Prime Minister said the coalition parties had decided to postpone their reception

Postponing their reception indeed! What enormous sacrifices they make for flood victims.

All this is for show because they know the social media is watching them like hawks. 

 

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Wow well done, thats means your gonna have to wait to get your fat snout stuck in another trough.🤭

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A little too late to be doing anything. The people has responded immediately while you away for a visit to Suthep. No amount of patched up responses will be enough to repair the bad public image. 

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19 hours ago, webfact said:

Deputy PM Prawit: Flood news, updates to be broadcast every day

Anchorman: The Legend of Gen Prawit

bringing you the daily flooding, if he knows it...

 

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"Here is the flood- news, courtesy of your beloved government!

You are still chin- deep in toilet water!

Try not to make waves!

We still don't care!

Good bye"

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10 minutes ago, Saint Nick said:

"Here is the flood- news, courtesy of your beloved government!

You are still chin- deep in toilet water!

Try not to make waves!

We still don't care!

Good bye"

At least he is not denying there is a flooding or that certain parts will be flooded. But then again besides that he is not doing any better then previous governments when there was flooding. I was flooded and hated the lack of information and the outright lies of the government. No flooding  we promise.. few days later we were flooded far worse then we could ever imagine. 

 

I feel for the people who are flooded now.. it sucks and can be quite expensive to get your house back to normal. I believe we got around 20k from the government all in all. Peanuts of course but better as what the government is giving now. 

 

But I could have saved a lot more money with accurate information instead of lies to safe face. Lots of people lost their cars when they trusted the government information back then. You should have heard them complain. 

 

I wonder how accurate the information is now and I wonder if they got people saving themselves by flooding others now. I know that our area was sacrificed to save other area's. That kinda sucks when your in such an area.

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21 hours ago, webfact said:

Deputy PM Prawit: Flood news, updates to be broadcast every day

Got to be a big fat joke to ask for updates now. The storm was forming in Mid August and the government has the meteorological warning of storm Podul and also a tropical depression forming in the South China Sea. By 29 August, the storm has hit with enormous flooding and 32 people has been killed due to the flooding and number of people have already moved to emergency stations. The Fatso now decided to ask for flood updates. Will someone slapped a malfeasance on this inept government. 

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With his collection of submariners he is well equipped to get the job done in the meantime your on your own🤔

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5 hours ago, legend49 said:

Is he donating a watch to the flood relief fund?

yeah  but  not his submariner, itll be the Mickey Mouse one his pal Prayut  gave him for new  year as he didn't know  how to wind it  up.

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