Nov 23, 2021 – Chula Jem Yukol University, or new person, posted on Facebook that it is bad for both monks and lay people.
Ranong – collecting monks and laymen to transport Myanmar workers across the province Exchange wages for a sedan car, confessed to it 4 times.
Let’s help protect our soil. Don’t lose a city to Myanmar for the 3rd time.
However, the event that Chulalongkorn University posted that happened when Early in the morning of November 22, military officers, R.E. 2521 Special Task Force, 25th Infantry Regiment, Thepsatree Forces at Khlong Chan checkpoint notified by local residents Suspicious pickup truck found The monk sits next to the driver and someone sits in the back cab. which will drive into the area without repeating the times Take the Ban Hin Yai route, Village No. 6, Chor Por Sub-district, Kra Buri District, Ranong Province, next to Ban Sai On Village, Moo 17, Tambon Rab Ro, Chumphon Province, which is a secondary route heading to Chumphon Province. therefore report to the supervisor Then organize the integration of forces with the village headman of Village No. 6, Village No. 8, the village peacekeeping unit. disperse power at points on the path Set up an extraction checkpoint. Since the middle of the night
until dawn Detected a pickup truck, Toyota Vigo, Four Wheel brand, silver bronze, registration number Bor 1626 Chumphon. Officers called to park with information. Found the driver, Mr. Wanlop Poonbangyung, 49 years old, residents of Mahachai sub-district, Mueang district. Samut Sakhon Province wears a cloak of the Department of Provincial Administration. and there is a monk named Phra Nueng Jayanto, 41 years old, belonging to Tabak Phong Temple, Ang Thong Subdistrict, Thap Sakae District, Prachuap Khiri Khan Province. a Myanmar monk From the inquiry, both Mr Wanlop and Phra Nueng had received 2 vaccinations and that there were 6 Myanmar nationals sitting in the car.
Asked one monk from Myanmar, he said that he had picked up the Myanmar people who had crossed by long-tail boat at Mamu Sub-district, Kraburi District, Ranong Province. The boat fee was 20 baht per person, which would be delivered to the Map area. Ammarit, Pathio District, Chumphon Province, without receiving wages in the same amount as the movement of migrant workers fleeing into the city but will get 1 car as compensation One monk also admitted that he had done it 4 times, the 1st time 2 people, the 2nd time 3 people, the 3rd time 4 people and the 4th time 6 people. One monk hired Mr. Wanlop at a price of 5,000 baht per time to Drive a car and take it to the factory. in the Map Amrit area
The officers then coordinated with the Pak Chan Police Station and the Ranong Immigration Police. Bring the 6 Burmese people, one monk and Mr Wanlop, who is the driver, to continue the prosecution.