Minister of the Interior and Deputy Ministers Visit Supreme Patriarch before First Day at Ministry
Mr. Anutin Charnvirakul, the Minister of the Interior, along with three assistant ministers, met with the Supreme Patriarch before starting their first day at the Ministry of the Interior.
Before assuming their duties at the Ministry of Interior, Mr. Anutin Charnvirakul and his three deputy ministers, Mr. Songsak Thongsri, Mr. Chada Thaiseth, and Mr. Krieng Kalpinan, dressed in civil servant uniforms, arrived at Wat Ratchabophit Sathitmahasimaram at 8:09 am on September 7. They were accompanied by Mr. Suthipong Julcharoen, Permanent Secretary of the Ministry of Home Affairs, and the deputy director generals of various tourism departments.
Minister Anutin’s Orders on First Day
Upon his arrival at the Ministry, “Thammanat” wasted no time and instructed his team on four urgent matters.
Meanwhile, “Srettha” expressed admiration for “Prayut,” showing respect and enthusiasm during a visit to the Royal House office for the first time.
Before beginning their official duties, the group paid their respects at various locations, including the Phra Phuttha Angkhirat, the primary Buddha image inside the Ubosot, the royal monument of King Chulalongkorn, and Somdet Phra Maha Wirawong, Secretary to the Supreme Patriarch, before meeting Somdej Phra Ariyavongsagatanana, the Supreme Patriarch Sakon Maha Patangkha Parinayok.
Upon entering the Ministry of the Interior, Mr. Anutin encountered an amusing situation. He initially attempted to enter the Phra Porn Chai Mongkhon Shrine, but a sign reading “exit door” was mistakenly attached to it. With a good-natured laugh, he redirected the group through the Singha Gate, jokingly stating, “Enter this door,” and then noticed a sign saying, “Leave the door, don’t you dare enter.”
Afterwards, Mr. Anutin and the group paid homage at three key locations within the ministry, namely the Phra Chai Mongkhon Shrine, Phra Kanchaisri Shrine, and the monument of Her Royal Highness Princess Maha Chakri Sirindhorn Krom Phraya Damrong Rajanubhab. They also had the opportunity to meet with the ministry’s executives.
Mr. Anutin then proceeded to hold his first press conference, familiarizing himself with the work, gathering information, and getting to know all the officers within the Ministry of the Interior. These preparations were made in advance of the government’s policy statement, scheduled for September 11, which will officially mark the start of Mr. Anutin’s tenure in accordance with constitutional provisions.
In discussing his team of deputy ministers, Mr. Anutin expressed his gratitude for having a group comprising MPs. He believes that with such a lineup, the Ministry of Interior will have a firsthand understanding of the needs and aspirations of the people. He emphasized his firm intention to improve the quality of life for the public and stressed that during his tenure, there will be no distinction between “master” and “brother.”
Regarding the assignment of tasks to the deputy ministers, Mr. Anutin emphasized the importance of listening to the briefings from the relevant authorities, but also insisted that all members of the team should be considered ministers. Working collaboratively and trusting one another will be the key to their success.
When asked about the most challenging aspect of internal work within the ministry, Mr. Anutin replied that every task is challenging, as there is no end to the work of addressing the suffering of the people.
Mr. met Anutin Charnvirakul, Minister of the Interior, together with 3 assistant ministers, with the Supreme Patriarch. before entering the Ministry of the Interior for the first day
before entering the Ministry of Interior in order to perform duties after being present at the oath of allegiance It is already Mr Anutin Charnvirakul, Minister of Interior. together with 3 deputy ministers inside, including Mr. Songsak Thongsri, Mr Chada Thaiseth and Mr Krieng Kalpinan, dressed in civil servant uniforms Arrived at Wat Ratchabophit Sathitmahasimaram at 8:09 am today, September 7, with Mr. Suthipong Julcharoen, Permanent Secretary of the Ministry of Home Affairs. together with the deputy director general of various tourism departments
“Thammanat” went to the ministry on the first day, he ordered 4 urgent matters!
“Srettha” admires “Prayut”, respectful, cute, tours the Royal House office for the first time
Before entering pay homage to Phra Phuttha Angkhirat, the main Buddha image inside the Ubosot. pay homage to the royal monument of King Chulalongkorn and worship Somdet Phra Maha Wirawong Secretary to the Supreme Patriarch before meeting Somdej Phra Ariyavongsagatanana Supreme Patriarch Sakon Maha Patangkha Parinayok
Then Mr walked into the ministry The first place to pay homage is Phra Porn Chai Mongkhon Shrine. at Porth Naresuan But there seemed to be a sign saying “exit door” attached to it, then Mr. Anutin to the ministry through Singha Gate. with a good-natured laugh and said, “Enter this door. He walked to that door and saw a sign saying, “Leave the door, don’t you dare enter.”
Afterwards, Mr. Anutin the group to pay homage to the sacred things of the ministry at 3 points, namely Phra Chai Mongkhon Shrine. Phra Kanchaisri Shrine and the monument of Her Royal Highness Princess Maha Chakri Sirindhorn Krom Phraya Damrong Rajanubhab and met the executives of the Ministry of Interior
Mr. I attended the first press conference as well. After entering the Ministry of the Interior that Today is considered to be familiar with the work, information and get to know all the officers. Including preparation before the start of the government’s policy statement on September 11, which officially operates in accordance with the provisions of the constitution starting from the date of the policy statement onwards
Mr. said Anutin also said that he was lucky to have a team of deputy ministers, all of whom were MPs. make people familiar with the people, so believe that the Ministry of Interior in this era will be a time when ministers have access to a way of life. Understanding the quality of life and having a firm intention to improve the people’s quality of life. and repeat that during the time he was minister There will be no word “master”, only “brother”.
In terms of assigning work to the Deputy Minister, Mr. Anutin said he had to listen to the agency’s briefing in charge first, but reiterated that everyone is considered a minister. In which the work will help each other to work together as one. and trust each other
In terms of which internal work is the most challenging, Mr. Anutin that every job is challenging because there is no end to the work of treating people’s suffering.
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