Ex-red shirt Jakrapob back in Thailand

Ex-red shirt Jakrapob back in Thailand
Ex-red shirt Jakrapob back in Thailand
Jakrapob Penkair, a previous red- top head, is on the way to table a flight to Thailand to encounter charges after 15 years in self- imposed exile. He came back to the area on Thursday night. ( Video taken by TikTok @popsupraipon via Jakrapob Penkair Facebook )

Jakrapob Penkair, a former prime minister’s office official, returned to Thailand on Thursday night after 15 times of self-imposed captivity. Upon arrival, he was taken to the Crime Suppression Division ( CSD ) to face legal action.

Following his aircraft landing at 7.35 am, Mr. Jakrapob was scheduled to leave Gate 9 on the second ground of Samut Prakan province’s Suvarnabhumi aircraft at 8 am. CSD police swiftly escorted him to a waiting car bound for the CSD office despite numerous writers thronging Gate 9 to conceal his appearance. The investigators were left to wait in naught because of this.

The 56-year-old past red shirt primary associate was wanted on suspicion of colluding with an arrest warrant for capturing weapons and ammunition without authorization and for assembly without authorization.

At the CSD company, some of his followers showed up to greet him. Among them were Ms Samniang, 62, and Ms Natbenja, 55, a previous car drivers. They gave him red roses to show him social aid. The two girls claimed they learned of his return from his Instagram post.

Writing on Facebook on Tuesday, Mr Jakrapob said:” On March 28 at 7.35am, I may gain to serve the country. ”&nbsp,

According to reports, Mr. Jakrapob reportedly flew back to his native land on a return.

During the Thaksin Shinawatra authorities, Mr. Jakrapob held the position of prime minister under the Samak Sundaravej leadership from 2003 to 2008. He was therefore appointed PM’s Office secretary in the Samak Sundaravej leadership in 2008.

For a speech he gave at the Foreign Correspondents Club of Thailand (FCCT) on August 29, 2007, authorities charged him with breaking Part 112 of the Criminal Code, known as the der guess rules. He fled Thailand and entered self-imposed banishment in 2009.

The stability guess charge was dropped by the public in September 2011, but following the coup, the NCPO called Mr. Jakrapob to appear before the NCPO. Nevertheless, he remained globally and failed to show up.

Before entering elections, Mr. Jakrapob was a well-known variety of political talk shows. &nbsp,