Adul Saengsingkaew

Taking custody of illegal migrant children

Thursday, 07 January 2016 10:51
BANGKOK - The Ministry of Social Development and Human Security is planning to use the government’s childcare and development center to care for the children of illegal migrants. Social Development and Human Security Minister Pol Gen Adul Saengsingkaew said the children of illegal migrants, ages between...
BANGKOK - The Ministry of Social Development and Human Security has prepared a New Year program aimed at benefiting the Thai people, especially children and persons with disabilities.
BANGKOK - The Ministry of Social Development and Human Security has released caravans to promote its childcare subsidy program across Bangkok. Social Development and Human Security Minister Pol Gen Adul Saengsingkaew chaired the event to deploy the caravans. He also presented aid money and necessities to...
PHICHIT, 15 September 2014  - The Social Development and Human Security Minister has ordered related agencies to follow up on the flood situation in Phichit province. 
National Police Chief Gen. Adul Saengsingkaew met Metropolitan Police Bureau and Highway Police Division officers training in Pattaya.
BANGKOK, March 24 - Thailand's anti-government People's Democratic Reform Committee (PDRC) today marched in the capital campaigning for public support for its 'reform-before-election' mass rally this Saturday.
BANGKOK, 21 February 2014  The People’s Democratic Reform Committee (PDRC) plans to request the Criminal Court to consider repealing the arrest warrants against the group’s core leaders, citing the Civil Court’s recent permission for their gatherings. 
BANGKOK, Feb 13 – Police will seek court approval to issue arrest warrants for seven men connected with a clash at Lak Si intersection on Vibhavadi Rangsit Road. National Police chief Adul Saengsingkaew said the authorities have...

Protest leader refuses to talk with govt

Saturday, 01 February 2014 13:31
BANGKOK, Jan 31 - The anti-government People’s Democratic Reform Committee (PDRC) today rejected having talks with the caretaker government as they marched in the capital to drum up support for their campaign to boycott Sunday's election.
BANGKOK, 30 January 2014  The Center for Managing of Peace and Order (CMPO) will deploy 5,000 police officers at all polling stations in the capital and request the army to send officers to provide security in southern border provinces on the election day. 
BANGKOK, 30 January 2014 The Civil Court has agreed to deliberate a motion submitted by a core leader of the People’s Democratic Reform Committee (PDRC) against government officials for illegitimately imposing the emergency decree to control protesters. 
BANGKOK, 27 January 2014 The People’s Democratic Reform Committee (PDRC) has petitioned the Civil Court for an order to have the emergency decree withdrawn as well as an injunction against a protest crackdown by the government. 
BANGKOK, 24 January 2014 The Center for Maintaining Peace and Order (CMPO) has vowed to bring peace back to Bangkok and confirmed it will not crack down on the anti-government protesters. The center will however negotiate with them to take back some of...
BANGKOK, Jan 21 – The Emergency Decree will be invoked in Bangkok and parts of outlying provinces, effective for 60 days starting tomorrow, in a strengthened attempt to deal with protesters who have been involved in anti-government rallies for almost three months.
BANGKOK, 21 January 2014 Army Commander-in-Chief Prayuth Chan-ocha on Monday expressed concern over the recent blasts that injured scores of Bangkok shutdown protesters, asking the police to carry out its investigation speedily. 
BANGKOK, Jan 16 – Protest leader Suthep Thaugsuban has vowed to fight unrelentingly without compromise despite the government’s latest decision to continue with the Feb 2 general election.
BANGKOK, 12 January 2014  The Center for Administration of Peace and Order (CAPO) prohibits vehicles which carry concrete blocks and loudspeakers from entering 14 roads in inner Bangkok. Six main junctions and many important places are declared as restricted areas. 
Thailand’s police chief took a breather from ongoing street protests in Bangkok to formally issue holiday orders to Pattaya-area cops.
BANGKOK, Dec 27 – Thailand’s police chief today stood firm that police did not use live ammunition in yesterday’s crackdown on anti-government protesters at the Thai-Japanese stadium.
BANGKOK, 13 December 2013 People’s Democratic Reform Committee (PDRC) leader Suthep Thueksuban announced on Thursday that the heads of the armed forces and the supreme commander have agreed to allow him to meet them to explain the PDRC's push for the setting up of...
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