Nakhon Si Thammarat police: don’t throw eggs at PM Prayut

Perhaps in an effort to do some harm management for today’s visit from PM Prayut Chan-o-cha to inspect flood preparedness within the Southern province of Nakhon Si Thammarat, the provincial police launched an official warning discover instructing individuals to be on good behaviour for the prime minister’s go to.
After several stops of his flood surveying tour has been met by angry protesters, the Nakhon Si Thammarat provincial police released a warning infographic on their Facebook web page before PM Prayut arrived. The submit warning people to behave correctly and named a few no-nos within the presence of the prime minister.
Some specifics mentioned were to not throw eggs, in particular rotten eggs, at PM Prayut, nor to shout obscenities or swear on the prime minister. The discover additionally reminded of the severity under Thai legislation of burning photos of the PM or anybody in the royal monarchy. Writing pretend news in regards to the prime minister or the occasion it’s all so strictly forbidden as in fact is trying to do any bodily hurt to the prime minister or any government official.
Last Friday, the prime minister’s convoy was met by screaming protesters in Nonthaburi who kicked his van and even threw the famously smelly thai dish pla ra (fermented fish) at the automobile because it passed. Controversial ended up rerouting his survey flooded areas and flood partitions to have his safety team pick him up elsewhere.
The Wednesday earlier than that in Chaiyaphum, on one other inspection of the nationwide floods, PM Prayut was additionally met by shouting protesters. Local police admonish them, calling them a humiliation to the province.
The journey at present sees PM Prayut joined by Minister of Digital Economy and Society Chaiwut Thanakamanusorn as, aside from inspections on flood preparedness, the pair intend to examine a digital centre to see digital media getting used as a tool for neighborhood studying and growth through the Covid-19 pandemic..

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