PM Prayut avoids being pelted with rotten fish & faeces

Six-figure of activists armed with rotten fish and faeces had been ready to pelt Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha as he visited flood-hit areas of Thailand yesterday. Fortunately, the PM’s entourage was tipped off about the planned assault and he prevented the activists mendacity in wait at a temple in Muang district
PM Prayut was scheduled to visit Wat Khemaphirataram before continuing to Wat Saeng Siritham in Pak Kret district, about 17 kilometres away. But the sixty eight 12 months old’s route was changed to bypass the area where a selection of anti-government activists lay in wait to throw excrement and rotten fish at the prime minister as he arrived.
General Prayut moved on to Wat Saeng Siritham where the go to was a little extra warmly welcomed by the chairman of Tha It tambon administrative organisation, Preeda Chuepoodee.
The PM promised the government will allocate further funds to enhance the flood resistance of several provinces. Only this week the prime minister made recognized that fifty million baht had been put aside to boost flood defences as part of a bigger 500 million budget.
“While we anticipate these initiatives to be completed, we must discover ways to deal with the floods, particularly those living in riverside communities.”
The PM believes he’s answering the questions of residents concerned about the flooding scenario and believes he is nonetheless popular with the Thai folks.
“The residents nonetheless smile when they see me, which might only mean they understand what the government is making an attempt to do.”
Minutes and Mitigation Office said the water stage round Nonthaburi Pier rose to almost 3 metres yesterday. As a consequence, a quantity of areas across the Rama V Intersection have been beneath water.
Muang police urged drivers to keep away from Rama V Intersection and closed the inbound and outbound ramps of the Rama V Bridge to ensure safety..

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