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Royal Forest Department and ALRO cannot agree which should proceed against Ms. Pareena

 

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The Royal Forest Department and the Agricultural Land Reform Office (ALRO) are still at the loggerheads over which of them will take legal action against Palang Pracharat MP for Ratchaburi province, Ms. Pareena Kraikupt, over her illegal occupation of 109 hectares of Sor Por Kor land in Chom Boeng district of Ratchaburi province.

 

Mr. Thawatchai Ladkrood, inspector-general of the Royal Forest Department, said officials from his department and the ALRO spent half a day discussing the case and related legal technicalities, but could not agree who should take the lead in initiating legal action, adding that they are waiting for Ms. Pareena’s letter surrendering occupation of the land to the ALRO before the two parties resume talks.

 

Referring to Supreme Court precedents in similar Sor Por Kor land cases, Mr. Thawatchai said that such rulings cannot not be applied in Ms. Pareena’s case.

 

Full story: https://www.thaipbsworld.com/royal-forest-department-and-alro-cannot-agree-which-should-proceed-against-ms-pareena/

 

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I bet they can't.....they would be in a state of complete moral and ethical discombobulation-commonly labelled as "funk".

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why dont they both go to court to fight over   who should do it.......this  way they could  drag it  out for  years.................unlike Thanathorn

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2 hours ago, webfact said:

The Royal Forest Department and the Agricultural Land Reform Office (ALRO) are still at the loggerheads over which of them will take legal action against Palang Pracharat MP for Ratchaburi province, Ms. Pareena Kraikupt, over her illegal occupation of 109 hectares of Sor Por Kor land in Chom Boeng district of Ratchaburi province.

Yes, but then the only solution must be that she will remain only accused but innocent.

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Come on !, toss a coin, and get it done.

regards Worgeordie

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With a dangerous and convicted criminal overseeing this BS, people involved are beginning to get concerned.....the country should definitely be concerned, but as usual, the majority of Thai people don't care.

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Are these 2 departments manned by Immigration officers sent there on alternative duties?

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5 hours ago, webfact said:

Referring to Supreme Court precedents in similar Sor Por Kor land cases, Mr. Thawatchai said that such rulings cannot not be applied in Ms. Pareena’s case.

...because Mr. Thawatchai said so.

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The average Thai doesn't know what a Hectare is, the article should have reported the area in Rai which would have more impact. 109 Hectares is 681 Rai....

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20 minutes ago, Forza2002 said:

The average Thai doesn't know what a Hectare is, the article should have reported the area in Rai which would have more impact. 109 Hectares is 681 Rai....

The average Thai doesn't read ThaiVisa altho' I am certain that several non-average Thai certainly do!

 

We know what it means-whether hectares,acres or rai...

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