Court warrant sought to test “psychic” boy

Court warrant sought to test "psychic" boy

Court warrant sought to test 'psychic' boy
‘ Nong Nice ‘ ( photo: )

According to Minister Varawut Silpa-archa, the Social Development and Human Security Ministry is requesting a court order to examine eight-year-old” Nong Nice” in the wake of his parents ‘ continued opposition to home visits to determine the boy’s mental state.

The boy’s security is a problem, as his relatives claim he possesses psychic forces that may join people’s minds.

Additionally, he claims to have had the magical abilities of the naga, a large serpent in Thai myth, in his previous life.

Mr. Varawut claimed he had ordered the Surat Thani statewide office of the ministry to dispatch interdisciplinary experts, including professionals, to assess the boy’s and his family’s mental health.

The company petitioned the Juvenile and Family Court for permission to view Nong Nice and assess him psychologically, but the authorities have frequently been denied access to the child.

A judge permit is needed as the teen’s home has not been joint, the secretary said.

The Department of Children and Youth and the Ministry of Children and Youth are legally obligated to safeguard children’s freedom and security.

” The government will focus its attention on the teen’s culture, his family background and his knowledge. According to Mr. Varawut, that may serve as the foundation for determining whether the child has received enough treatment under the law.

The agency’s remarks came on Monday after a legitimate complaint was filed with the Central Investigation Bureau alleging Nong Nice and eight other people who run Nong Nice’s Mind Connection site and office had violated the Computer Act, Donation Soliciting Act, and Child Welfare Protection Protection Act.

The complaint was filed by a number of higher- report cultural critics, including Ananchai Chaiyadet, Praiwal” Peary” Wannabut, Thankhun Jitt- itsara and Khun Ton Or, the chairman of Get One Foundation.

In a separate matter, Prime Minister’s Office Minister Pichit Chuenban, who oversees the National Office of Buddhism ( NOB), said on Tuesday &nbsp, that he had already ordered the NOB director, Intaporn Chaniam, to clear up the public’s misconceptions about any false Buddhism teachings that the boy may have created.

He acknowledged that the NOB’s research into the Nong Nice controversy took some time.

The child is not a priest, so the minister acknowledged that the situation had been off the sensor for some time.