Please listen again! Visakha Bucha Day, June 3, 2023, “Do not sell liquor beer” offenses face prison fines: PPTVHD36

The police warn “Visakha Bucha Day” on June 3, 2023, do not sell alcoholic beverages, all kinds of liquor from 00.01 – 24.00 hours Disobeying imprisonment for no more than 6 months or a fine of no more than 10,000 baht or both.

Lieutenant Gen Achayon Kraithong, spokesperson for the Royal Thai Police, revealed that according to the Prime Minister’s Office announcement regarding the ban on the sale of alcohol (No. 3) BE 2558, dated 5 February 2015, alcoholic beverages are allowed to be sold on Makha Bucha Day, Day Visakha Bucha, Asarn Bucha Day, Buddhist Lent Day and the end of Buddhist Lent. Excluding sales only in duty free shops in the international airport building. In this year, Visakha Bucha Day corresponds to Saturday, June 3, 2023

In order to enforce the law on important religious days to be effective and produce concrete results seriously National Police Agency So I would like to publicize shop operators and the public to refrain from selling and drinking all types of alcoholic beverages. Wholesale and retail types throughout the Kingdom 24 hours a day from midnight (24.00) on the night of June 2, 2023 until 24.00 on the night of June 3, 2023 (excluding duty-free shops only in the international airport building). a person who breaches this is subject to an offense under Section 39 of the Liquor Control Act 2008, subject to imprisonment for a term not exceeding 6 months or a fine not exceeding 10,000 baht, or both.

By Pol Gen. Damrongsak Kittipraphat national police chief Instructed the practice to all operating units under the Royal Thai Police. In the integration of cooperation with all sectors thoroughly arrest criminals who break the law and the announcement of the Prime Minister’s Office completely. by organizing a patrol Look at random places like evening boiled rice restaurants, street food restaurants, public bus terminals. and fuel stations, etc.

If offenders are found, they must follow the law strictly. as well as tightening the arrest if there is an obvious crime by allowing managers at all management levels to Supervise the practice to be complete. and asked for cooperation from the people to help monitor If found guilty Can give clues and information to the helpline 191 and 1599 24 hours a day.


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