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I know but don’t forbid! Parents, 5 hunters, work to enter the National Park Service, order eviction – demolish the house

Work in the father-mother of 5 hunters in the case of shooting a tiger-skinned, the National Park Service ordered the eviction and demolition of the house from the National Police Station within 30 days. Knowing that the accused had done wrong, but did not stop.

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Date 18 Jan 2022 Mr. Niphon Chamnongsirisak Director of the Office of Conservation Area Administration 3 (Ban Pong) said that according to the policy of “TAT is one” and “Tor. Sor. Raise the X power” of Mr. Warawut Silpa-archa, Minister of Natural Resources and Environment. and according to the order of Mr. Jatuporn Burusphat, Permanent Secretary of the Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment and the order of the Director-General of the Department of National Parks, Wildlife and Plant Conservation to enhance the operation of prevention and suppression of illegal deforestation. and hunting wild animals to be decisive and intense in Kanchanaburi

According to the five suspects, they are Mr. Ratchachanon (reserve your last name) 30 years old, Mr Supachai (reserve your last name) 34 years old, Mr. Jaorhang (reserve your last name) 38 years old, Mr Ku Kue (reserve your last name). Last name reserved) 37 years old and Mr. Sow, no last name, 66 years old, who all live at a house in Pilok Subdistrict, Thong Pha Phum District, Kanchanaburi Province, have been charged with hunting wild animals to protect the endangered tiger. in the Thong Pha Phum National Park without permission and 11 other charges

Father-mother's work, 5 hunters, in the case of shooting a tiger-skinned, the National Park Service ordered to evict and demolish the house from the NHSO area within 30 days.

Father-mother’s work, 5 hunters, in the case of shooting a tiger-skinned, the National Park Service ordered to evict and demolish the house from the NHSO area within 30 days.

All 5 suspects, or relatives or attendants who live in the 4 houses or buildings, have been relieved. to live in Khao Laem National Park According to the Cabinet resolution on June 30, 1998, but the Cabinet resolution defense area Forests and others have stipulated that If there is any action which is an invasion of a new forest area or expanding living space More places to eat or is it destruction or affecting forest conservation or environment

to proceed with the law decisively and to prevent not to occupy the area The person having the power and duty to order the offender to leave the area, destroy, demolish and or take other actions as prescribed by law.

The fact that the five suspects had hunted tigers that are endangered species or committed other illegal acts in the Thong Pha Phum National Park area As for relatives or family members who live in such houses or houses, know or should have known about such matters. with no prohibition acting in such a manner It is an action that affects the conservation of forests and the environment. therefore it is a violation or a violation of conditions According to the Cabinet resolution of June 30, 1998 on defense

Therefore, all 5 suspects, or relatives or family members who are in all 4 houses or buildings, have to leave the area of ​​Khao Laem National Park and have to destroy and demolish all 4 houses or houses out of the Khao Laem National Park area according to the cabinet resolution. . 30 June 1998, the protection that has been prescribed

Mr. Niphon continued that today he ordered Prime Minister Kamalas Isad, head of Khao Laem National Park, to Mr. Saranwut Phonsarayuth, head of the forest protection unit Kor Jor. 18 (Wang Kiang) and forest protection officers, including 30 officers, have to post an announcement ordering the 5 suspects or their relatives or family members. in the house or all 4 houses must go out of the Khao Laem National Park and have to demolish houses or houses in Khao Laem National Park within 30 days from 18 Jan. 65

Mr. Niphon added that otherwise he would be prosecuted accordingly. National Park Act 2019, Section 19 (1) base for occupying land within a national park without permission shall be punished with imprisonment of 4-20 years or a fine of 400,000-2,000,000 baht or both

In which case, the Supreme Court has had a verdict set the line as the norm that Any person, even claiming that Lived before or after being declared a national park area If there is no ownership or the right to legal possession of the land considered an offense under the law No matter how long you live Compared to the Supreme Court Judgment No. 2480/2541

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