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NSC Secretary-General - Decisive action to be taken against any officials involved in illegal border crossings

 

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BANGKOK (NNT) - After a Facebook page called Mam Pho Dam claimed that some government officials in the Mae Sot district of Tak province were involved in helping Thai people sneak out to gamble in a neighboring country and that some gamblers were later diagnosed with COVID-19 on their return, the Secretary-General of the National Security Council (NSC), Gen. Natthapon Nakpanich, says Thai authorities will take decisive action against anyone involved.

 

Gen. Natthapon said he has not received any proof of such claims made by Mam Pho Dam. However, decisive action will be taken against any government officials found to be involved in illegal border crossings in any way, as instructed by the Prime Minister. Today, the Permanent Secretary for Interior, Chatchai Promlert, issued an order to provincial governors to tighten security along the borders.

 

 

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Sure, now that the proverbial barn's doors were left wide open you you wanna to punish the culprits, and what about the people's smugglers, rouge border police and army? you'll have to put many in prison and you only just began...

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I believe many police being investigated now in Sangklaburi too.

Shame they will probably not suffer too much while resorts, hotels and guest houses are closed and their staff lose their jobs or % of their salaries for who knows how long. And shops, market stalls, attractions, restaurants....

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