Pattaya People Ask For CompromiseA businessman has led a group of local people to Pattaya city hall in order to ask for ask for a compromise from the police after they were affected by the flooding.
PATTAYA-21st September- [PattayaDailyNew] at 13.00 pm Mr.Jedsada Tunkaew aged 34 who is businessman and group had together assembled outside the Tesco Lotus store in North Pattaya before heading to Pattaya City Hall were they handed in a document to ask for a compromise to the traffic rules after the flooding.
The document was handed in because had been fined by the police at different checkpoints after they had been affected from the flooding. As a result, they asked the official to compromise on 3 things 1.the police at checkpoints shouldn’t fine anyone who has been suffered by the flooding and should warn the wrongdoer instead. 2. Vehicles which are confiscated by police should not be charged for parking 3.The new rules to stand until 30th October 2015.
Mr.Jedsada said that Thai people had sympathised with Pattaya people who were affected by the flooding and he had travelled from Chianmai to Pattaya in order to support them and wants city hall to do the same.
Meanwhile, a girl had posted on the internet that she had complained to the police who find her one day after the floods. She went to Pattaya police station to meet Pol.Col.Suktad pumpanmuang- superintendent of Pattaya police station- and she told him that she was really upset and she didn’t mean to blame or discredit the police but said it was unfair after what had just happened. She had posted a 5 minute video clip before her relatives called her and told her to delete the video.
Pol>Col.Suktad said that the police officers wouldn’t fine or prosecute any of the local people if they abide by the rules. However, the police needed to inspect vehicles as normal in order to prevent crimes.