Thai Prime Minister Urges Action on Illegal Pork Importing Case; Government Officials Under Scrutiny


At 1:30 PM, on November 20th, 2023, Mr. Srettha Thavisin, the Thai Prime Minister, publicly mentioned the case process on unidentified imported pork and that further investigation would be conducted soon.

The Thai Prime Minister voiced his concern on the ongoing case and urged relevant officials to capture alleged culprits behind illegal animal carcass importing. The process must be made transparent as the case has been under investigation for more than 10 days.

Furthermore, Srettha discussed with the Deputy Minister of Finance regarding support for affected SME pig farmers entrepreneurs who closed their businesses due to illegal animal carcass importing. The Bank for Agriculture and Agricultural Cooperatives officials will find a possible and helpful solution to lift the burden of those affected.

Meanwhile, Mr. Atchariya Ruangrattanaphong, the President of the Crime Victims Assistance Club, reportedly filed a complaint report to the Thai National Anti-Corruption Commission officials on alleged government officials and involved individuals on illegal animal carcass import cases in Leam Chabang, Chonburi.

Atchariya publicly asserted that he had evidence that could hold alleged government officials accountable on all 5 cases involved in illegal animal carcass importing and would further join forces with Thai Special Investigation officers to arrest politicians who supported the alleged illegal animal carcass importing.

Kittisak Phalaharn
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