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20 May 2010 :: 15:05:09 pm 21046

Pattaya Red Shirts Gather at Radio Station to Discuss Next Move

Red shirts asked to convene outside the Laem Chabang Peoples Radio station after the dispersion of the rally where many supporters of the red shirts were killed and injured.
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Chon Buri, 19th May 2010 [Pattaya Daily News] Mrs. Nitchanan Wangkhahat (a Pheu Thai Party member and 88.75 FM Laem Chabang People Radio’s chief) and UDD leaders announced to the red members from Sattahip, Pattaya, Laem Chabang, and nearby areas to gather at the radio station before planning any moves after the dispersion of the operation at Ratprasong where many red shirts were killed and injured.


Subsequently Mrs. Nitchanan Wangkhahat brought 400 red members to block the entrance of the oil refinery, Thai oil Company by having a 6 wheel truck with amplifier and the leader to speak against the government in their operation at Ratprasong in Bangkok. The rally’s aim was to express the red shirt’s opinion against the violence occurring by orders of the government over the reds’ people coming out for democracy.   

Police Colonel Theeraphon Jindaluang (Chon Buri Police Deputy Superintendent) revealed that the situation at the Thai oil refinery was to prepare the task force of 300 riot suppression police and 100 soldiers from Mor Thor Bor 14 Army, due to two more oil fineries being located nearby.


Speeches were made from the makeshift stage at the rear of the truck, with Buddhist monks participating. The speeches were an attacked on the Prime Minister Abhisit Vejjajiva, Deputy PM Suthep Thaugsuban, and General Anuphong Phaojinda (the Army Commander in Chief) over the order to kill, resulting in high numbers of deaths and injuries. The UDD required the officers involved to tender their resignation and dissolve parliament, whilst at the same time, Police Officers, the Thai Oil representative and Chon Buri Governor had tried talking to the reds asking them to move away from the scene to prevent an incident occurring inside the oil refinery and the tank farm.


The reds did not comply with the officer’s request to move from the oil refinery insisting that they were gathered only for the rally and would not use any violence. The leader of the reds ordered staff members to transport tyres on the two trucks that were parked nearby when news that the Sriracha Technology School, Bunjitwitthaya School, Wat Manorom School and Wat Mai Nern Phayom had decided to close.  The 2,000 students were told to go straight home though some were met by parents and guardians.

Reporter : Yanwarrut   Photo : Yanwarrut   Category : Politics News

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