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21 November 2009 :: 00:11:28 am 31312

Pm Unperturbed, Confirms Visit to Thaksin Stronghold

BANGKOK, Nov 20 (TNA) Prime Minister Abhisit Vejjajiva on Friday reaffirmed that he will visit the northern province of Chiang Mai, stronghold of fugitive ex-premier Thaksin Shinawatra, on November 29, while urging police to take legal action against a local radio broadcaster who is allegedly inciting the public to harm him.
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The premier commented in response to reports that Chiang Mai Red Shirt protesters led by the United Front for Democracy Against Dictatorship (UDD) will rally against his visit.

The premier said there have been reports of possible attacks against him from time to time, but this time it was announced by a community radio host, which is considered illegal.

Mr Abhisit said police must take legal action against those who violate the law, especially against a particular local radio broadcaster now being served an arrest warrant.

The premier stood firm that he is unafraid but is duty-bound to carry out his planned activities.

“It will be a pity if the meeting (of the Chiang Mai Chamber of Commerce) cannot be held and unable to achieve reconciliation as planned.” Mr Abhisit said.

The prime minister conceded that his life is under threat, saying that the National Security Agency is now considering whether to impose the Internal Security Act (ISA) during the Red Shirt rally on November 28 in the capital when the UDD planned to besiege Government House.

Meanwhile, Satit Wongnongtoey, Minister to Prime Minister’s Office, said Friday that warning letters have been sent to local community radios which incite the public to cause disturbances several times.

“If it is obviously found that they violate the law, I will order the closure of the community radios. Legal action must be taken against them immediately,” Mr Sathit warned. The government will not abuse power by interfering with the community radios, but precautionary measures are necessary as the prime minister is being targeted by some elements.

In another development, Chiang Mai Governor Amornphan Nimanand on Friday met with concerned agencies to plan security measures during the prime minister’s visit next Sunday. (TNA)

Reporter : PDN staff   Photo : Internet   Category : Thailand News

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