CMPO bans public access to 13 buildings and 25 roads in Bangkok

Sunday, 26 January 2014 By  NNT

BANGKOK, 24 January 2014  The Centre for Maintaining Peace and Order (CMPO) has issued a measure to ban individuals from entering without authorization 13 buildings and 25 roads across Bangkok .

According to CMPO co-director and police chief Adul Saengseingkaew, unauthorized people will not be allowed to enter 13 agencies in Bangkok, which included Government House, the Parliament, the Interior Ministry, Chaeng Wattana government complex, TOT Plc, Aeronautical Radio of Thailand Ltd, state enterprises and other state agencies.

Persons or groups of persons believed to be bent on creating disturbance will also be barred access to 25 major roads, including Phitsanulok Road, Sukhothai Road, Rama IV Road from the Samyan intersection to the Wireless Road intersection, Ratchadamri road from the Saladaeng intersection to the ratunam and Sukhumvit road fromthe Nana intersection to soi Sukhumvit 19.

Unless authorized, no vehicles carrying weapons or explosives of any kind will be allowed to travel in Bangkok and other areas under the emergency decree. Residents will not be allowed to carry arms in public as well.

The measure went into effect on Thursday.

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