Wednesday, February 8, 2017

2/08/2017 06:08:00 PM
MAKHA BUCHA DAY

While many of you may be making plans for 

the long weekend, note that the police have just

 announced an alcohol ban for Saturday.



Alcohol sales will be banned on Saturday, starting at 12am as the nation celebrates Makha Bucha Day.

Deputy Police Chief Pol. Gen. Chalermkiat Sriworakhan has instructed police nationwide to set up checkpoints in an effort to prevent crimes ahead of the Buddhist holiday and also Valentine’s Day, which falls on Tuesday.

During a video conference, Pol. Gen. Chalermkiat told police units across the country to follow guidelines in dealing with criminal activities. More alcohol and weapon checkpoints are expected to be set up this year.

The police are also going to be looking for suspects in unsolved crimes and patrolling risk-prone areas to ensure people’s safety.

Pol. Gen. Chalermkiat also urged parents to keep an eye on their children and discourage them from engaging in illegal activities.


Police to increase security on Makha Bucha Day and Valentine's Day.


Deputy National Police Chief Pol Gen Chalermkiat Sriworakhan has instructed police nationwide to set up checkpoints in an effort to prevent crimes ahead of Makha Bucha Day and Valentine’s Day. 


During a video conference, Pol Gen Chalermkiat told police units across the country to follow the Royal Thai Police’s guideline in dealing with criminal activities. More alcohol and weapon checkpoints are expected to be set up this year. 

The police are also going to be looking for suspects in unsolved crimes and patrolling in risk-prone areas to ensure people’s safety.

Pol Gen Chalermkiat also urged parents to keep an eye on their children and discourage them from engaging in illegal activities.

Alcohol sales will be banned from 12 am on February 11th to 12 am on February 12th which is when Makha Bucha Day is celebrated.

Source: NWNT

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