On April 30, at Banglamung School, Pojanat Kaewpluek, Democrat MP for region 2 in Chonburi, organized a seminar on public safety and wellbeing in the community.
Members of the discussion panel included MP Phuchong Rungroj, chairman of the parliamentary sub-committee on administration and Pol. Maj. Gen Tha-ngai Pratsjaksatroo, commander of the Region 2 police.
Pojanat Kaewpluek, Democrat MP for region 2 in Chonburi welcomes Pol. Maj. Gen Tha-ngai Pratsjaksatroo who spoke at the seminar.
The seminar was organized to give an opportunity for the people of Chonburi to air their views on the challenges of daily life which involved their safety and well being including the problems of illegal drugs in their communities.
Pol. Maj. Gen Tha-ngai Pratsjaksatroo said that it was important that community leaders, both government officials and politicians, should come into their constituencies and get close to the people. “The closer you are with the people, the better will you understand their needs and the problems that they have to face. Then only can you analyze and implement ways to help them.”
The police chief went on to say that, “You don’t have to waste time organizing meetings just for making plans. This costs the government a lot of money and more especially the opportunity for the people to improve their standard of living is also lost.”