Raids in 18 locations across the country arrested Dachai-Adisak Acting as a candidate for the People’s Democratic Party – Get Away Engaged in a fraudulent process, cheating on exams, police sergeant, administrative line
On March 28, 2023, Pol Lt Gen. Jirapob Puridet, head of the police, Pol Maj Gen. Montree Thetkhan, the police chief, to conduct a search of 18 targets throughout the country. In order to arrest the corruption movement, the police recruitment examination, the administrative line, from the search, can arrest the person accused in the case according to the arrest warrant of the Criminal Court for the crime of “being a member of secret society and take away documents in a manner likely to cause harm to others or the public” 15 people out of 18 suspects who have been granted arrest warrants.
Two of the 15 arrested were reported to be Dachai Ekpathapee, the MP candidate for Palang Pracharat Party (PACC) in Lampang province, and Adisak Sombatkham or Sergeant Major. That candidate was for Kao Klai Party, Maha Sarakham Province, also included after finding evidence linking him to such a move. Mr Dachai was arrested in Lampang Province, while Mr Adisak was arrested in Maha Sarakham Province.
for such an arrest Consequently, on December 26, 2022, Maj. Gen. Prasert Siripanapirat, deputy commissioner of the Bureau of Investigation, together with Pol. Col. Uthen Nuipin, deputy commissioner of the Bureau of Investigation 6 at that time, helps the Bureau of Investigation. Notify the prosecution against the fraudulent group in the entrance exam to become a police officer in the administrative line after examination corruption was discovered in many testing areas across the country. which has hundreds of thousands of applicants Sheriff’s investigators gathered evidence until they were able to issue arrest warrants for all 18 people involved prior to such arrests.
The news report also informed that Mr. Dachai Ekkapathee, the candidate for the Palang Pracharat Party (PPP), Lampang Province, from background checks. Found out that he had been arrested by the Nakhon Ratchasima police in 2012 for corruption in the police sergeant’s examination before being released from prison in 2016, until he was arrested again. Regarding the details of each such operation, Pol. Gen. Damrongsak Kittipraphat, chief of the Royal Thai Police, will hold a press conference to explain the details again on March 29.