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DSI to investigate Sripanwa land claims

By The Phuket News

 

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Representing the anti-corruption group, Weera Somkhwamkit this morning (Sept 25) filed the request to DSI Chief Pol Lt Col Korawat Panprapakorn. Photo: DSI

 

PHUKET: The Secretary General of the People’s Network Against Corruption has filed a request to the Department of Special Investigation (DSI) to investigate the land ownership of the Sripanwa resort located on Phuket’s Cape Panwa and to reinvestigate cases related to former Phuket Land Office chief Tawatchai Anukul.

 

Representing the anti-corruption group, Weera Somkhwamkit this morning (Sept 25) filed the request to DSI Chief Pol Lt Col Korawat Panprapakorn.

 

The request formally asked the DSI to accept the case as a special case and to prosecute relevant officers who issued unlawful ownership documents for breaches of the Forest Act, B.E. 2484 (1941) and the Land Title Deed Issuance Act (No. 6), B.E. 2479 (1936), reported Post Today

 

Full story: https://www.thephuketnews.com/dsi-to-investigate-sripanwa-land-claims-77446.php

 

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7 hours ago, rooster59 said:

to investigate the land ownership of the Sripanwa resort

I wonder what the outcome will be - possibly this (or not):-

(5 star Hotel Dusit Thani, Bangkok, 2019)

 

Demolition Site Of 5-star Hotel Dusit Thani Editorial Image - Image of  style, thailand: 162113515

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50 minutes ago, Burma Bill said:

I wonder what the outcome will be - possibly this (or not):-

(5 star Hotel Dusit Thani, Bangkok, 2019)

You do realize the Dusit was not torn down because of land encroachment.

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11 hours ago, rooster59 said:

The Secretary General of the People’s Network Against Corruption has filed a request to the Department of Special Investigation (DSI) to investigate the land ownership of the Sripanwa resort

The DSI will accept the request, but it will clear the owner of the resort a few weeks later of any accusation and wrongdoing. The outcome is 100% clear in this case, given the connections of this family.

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