RTAF plane to return fugitive from Jakarta

RTAF plane to return fugitive from Jakarta

RTAF plane to return fugitive from Jakarta
‘ Paeng Nanod ‘ is arrested in Indonesia. ( Police photo )

According to Justice Minister Tawee Sodsong, the government will fly a Royal Thai Air Force (RTAF ) aircraft to Bangkok this week to transport high-profile fugitive Chaowalit” Paeng Nanod” Thongduang.

The Airbus A320, according to Pol Col Tawee, did take off from Indonesia on Tuesday and then return to Chaowalit.

ACM Punpakdee Pattanakul, captain- in- chief of the air force, said the Foreign Affairs Ministry does work to handle the flight to obtain the fugitive.

Chaowalit, 37, was serving day at Nakhon Si Thammarat Prison for attempted murder and was facing a slew of different costs in other situations, including murder, attempted murder and firearms hands, when he fled.

After being taken it for medical care, he fled from Maharaj Nakhon Si Thammarat Hospital on October 22. Chaowalit managed to escape Thailand in a boat apparently from Satun despite a huge chase that ensued. Chaowalit claimed in court documents that the justice technique had badly treated him while he was on the run.

According to the justice secretary, Chaowalit was detained by Indonesian authorities on Thursday for drug dealing, using a false Indonesian ID cards, and assaulting people.

After discussing the legal processes with Indonesian officers, Pol Col Tawee and a group of federal officers flew to Jakarta on Saturday at 2.30pm and may return on Sunday.

Interpol is assisting with the fugitive’s exchange, which is scheduled to be finished in three days, according to Pol Col Tawee.

The move certification may be secured, according to Gen. Nipat Thonglek, Prime Minister Srettha Thavisin’s assistant and delegate part.

The Chaowalit scenario may be handled as a unique case. According to Pol Col Tawee, the fugitive may be detained by the Royal Thai Police upon his return to Thailand before being transported to Phatthalung and Provincial Police Region 9 for further research.

A committee headed by the government will be established to investigate how Chaowalit escaped from the state and identify those who helped him escape.

Sahakarn Petchnarin, chairman- standard of the Department of Corrections, said Chaowalit might not be transferred up to Nakhon Si Thammarat Prison, but a higher- security prison abroad.