Activists demand update on Thaksin’s condition

Activists demand update on Thaksin's condition
Activists demand update on Thaksin's condition
On Monday, members of the Student and People Network for Thailand Reform deliver their email to the Royal Thai Police Office. ( Photo: Facebook page SNT )

To determine whether Thaksin Shinawatra deserves to remain there rather than in prison, activists on Monday demanded that the Police General Hospital transfer the most recent condition of the former prime minister.

To deliver their letter to Pol Gen Damrongsak Kittiprapas, the head of the national police, representatives from the Student and People Network for Thailand Reform & nbsp,( SNT ), went to the Pathumwan district’s Royal Thai Police Office.

The letter requests a status update on Thaksin’s issue from the Police General Hospital management. Thaksin, who is currently incarcerated for a time, was checked into the hospital the second evening after being sent there.

After a past statement that he was critically ill and required specialized doctors and tools, Pichit Chaiyamongkol of SNT stated that” The Student and People Network for Thailand Reform” believes that doctors have been unusually silent about his condition.

On August 22, Thaksin was transferred from his prison to the doctor, and world requested that medical professionals explain his condition there, according to Mr. Pichit. Thaksin was referred to the Police General Hospital on August 22 by specialists at Bangkok Remand Prison, just hours after his arrival in the nation.

When Thaksin arrived in Thailand, it was clear that he appeared ordinary, according to Mr. Pichit.

The SNT requested that the federal police chief identify the medical professionals who were treating Thaksin and give them more information about the patient’s state.

According to Mr. Pichit, Thaksin may have spent a fortnight at Police General Hospital by Thursday of this week.

After spending 15 times in self-exile, Thaksin, 74, returned to Thailand on the morning of August 22. During his presence, he had been found guilty, sentenced, and charged with new offenses. & nbsp,

He was sentenced to eight years in prison for the three scenarios that were ultimately decided by the Supreme Court on the same day. HM the King reduced his sentence to one month and a half. His attorney had intended to apply for pardon on his behalf.

Following the arrival of his private plane at Don Meuang airport on the morning of August 22, former prime minister Thaksin Shinawatra welcomes supporters that. ( Photo: Chatpattarasill, Pattaropong )