Prime Minister Issues Stern Directive to Crush Organized Crime and Protect Public Safety


In a resolute move, Prime Minister Srettha Thavisin has issued a directive to bolster law enforcement agencies’ efforts to combat criminal activities perpetrated by organized criminal elements and influential individuals.

This directive comes on the heels of a recent progress report submitted by Royal Thai Police Deputy Commissioner Pol Gen Surachate Hakparn, shedding light on the pressing need for more stringent action against these criminal networks.

In a stern address, Prime Minister Thavisin underscored the imperative of ensuring that the police force does not become a facilitator for influential figures involved in criminal activities. His remarks aimed to reaffirm public confidence in matters of safety and security.

Deputy Commissioner Pol Gen Surachate Hakparn, in the midst of these developments, provided an update on the restoration of database servers that had initially suffered water damage. He announced that these servers have been successfully rehabilitated and assured the public that all data will be fully recovered within the next 3-4 days.

The Prime Minister’s directive represents a significant step forward in the ongoing battle against organized crime and sends a clear message that the government is unwavering in its commitment to ensuring the safety and security of the nation’s citizens.

Author: phacharaphonk


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