The wild boar governor has not gone anywhere. Just got out of hospital after major surgery. Ready to go as usual soon

Found “Narongsak Osotthanakorn”, the governor of Pathum Thani, released from the hospital recently. After having a major operation I slept for more than 3 weeks, then someone asked me where I was going. Are you stuck in a cave? See you soon, ready to go as usual

Today (17 September) on social media Share photos from Facebook PR.Thailand, posting photos with Mr. Narongsak Osotthanakorn, Governor of Pathum Thani Province. with the message saying, “The Governor of the Wild Boar has been released from the hospital. after major surgery He may be thin, but the body is still healing Thank you for all your support. that gives strength to fight Soon I’ll be ready to go as usual.”

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Previously, on September 10, Facebook PR.Thailand posted a message stating that In case of flooding in Pathum Thani province, many people have asked Governor Narongsak where he has gone, stuck in a cave or not, so not is coming out to help the villagers. Some say that the doubt has not yet awakened. In fact, Mr. Narongsak has been in hospital after major surgery at Siriraj Hospital for 3 weeks, and while being treated, he has been monitoring the water situation closely. Coordinate with the deputy governor from time to time When lost, usually ready to go.

He also gave an interview to a reporter on 9 September, apologizing to the people for the flood situation. Because some things exceeded expectations, it rained 140 millimeters, which is equivalent to rain for the whole month combined in one day. increasing the water along with coordination errors Because in the east there was heavy flooding in Chonburi, Chachoengsao, Rayong, Chanthaburi, Trat, causing the water to go down to the east being cut off on the Rangsit Prayoonsak Canal and flows into the Chao Phraya River. pumping people’s homes into the canal. with thanks to the Director General of the Royal Irrigation Department who adds 9 more pumps

As for the long-term remedial plan that the province has already made, it is monkey cheeks and through various sewers. for the water to flow down the monkey’s cheek The other part, if you know in advance that an event with water to the side will come You may have to raise the level of the Rangsit Canal more than 2 meters. Physically, it The Nakhon Nayok River is about 1 meter higher than the Chao Phraya River. It will not hold water flowing into the Rangsit Canal. believe that the eastern region is heavily flooded Cause the sluice gates to be opened and the water to be pushed into the Rangsit Prayoonsak Canal which the province does not know and therefore cannot prepare in time Have spoken to all parties and no one has been informed .


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