“Chaiyawut” explained that “Uncle Pom” to “Uncle Tu” had no political implications, pressing “3 Por.” Harmony as before.

“Chaiwut”, the deputy leader of the PPP confirms that the “Big Fort” open letter has no political implications. Disappointing – cut off Just a strategy to communicate with the People’s National Party, revealing that the head of the party has ordered them to continue working on behalf of the People’s National Party, even though “Big Tu” has gone to join the National Guard , they still understood each other well, he repeated that ” 3 Por. ” Love each other tightly. Leave FC to follow “Uncle Pom” fan page

From the Facebook fan page case “General Prawit Wongsuwan” has posted a message. The message is an open letter to Deputy Prime Minister General Prawit Wongsuwan. as the leader of the Palang Pracharat Party, with Prime Minister General Prayut Chan-o-cha, who decided to join the political party with the Sang Ruam Thai Chart Party on January 13, 2023

Today (14 January ’23), Mr. Chaiwut Thanakmanusorn, Minister of Digital Economy and Society (DES), as Deputy Leader of Palang Pracharat Party comment This has no political implications. It is not a disgrace or an annoyance in any way. It is just a strategy to communicate with the people, which General Prawit has confirmed to Palang Pracharat Party members many times. We will continue to mobilize politics. enter the election Continue to work to serve the brothers and sisters of the people in the name of the Palang Pracharat Party, although General Prayut Will join the Sang Thai Ruam Chart Party still have a good understanding as before

“Siblings in 3 grades still talk to each other, love each other, work together. In order to develop our country further, there is no problem. Most importantly, I would like us to understand what is the strategy of communicating to the people of General Prawit through Facebook “General Prawit Wongsuwan” only. Please follow the following to know the movement And good stories that General Prawit and the party will continue to present,” said Mr. Chaiwut.