An Objection and Call to Charge the Red Shirt Boss
Surprisingly, Seksakol Atthawong, an associate clergyman at the Prime Minister’s Office stopped an objection against red-shirt pioneer Nattawut Saikuar over his job in the recent’s vehicle crowd rallies.
In the grumbling documented with the Crime Suppression Division, Mr Seksakol blamed the red-shirt pioneer for disregarding the crisis order, the transmittable infectious prevention law and Section 116, the arrangement for rebellion. He additionally asserted that Mr Nattawut had plotted to induce agitation, taking note of that the red-shirt pioneer asked the counter government dissidents to join the assemblies despite the fact that the new shows have been damaged by brutality.
Mr Seksakol said he would ask the Anti-Money Laundering Office (Amlo) to look at Mr Nattawut’s monetary exchanges since 2010 on the grounds that he was dubious that the fights could be supported by individuals abroad. The Sunday’s road exhibits finished in savage conflicts between hostile to government dissidents close to Din Daeng convergence in Bangkok, where conflicts with police have oftentimes occurred over the previous week.