BANGKOK, 29 September 2015 – The situation in Bangkok in wake of the bombing incident has returned to normal conditions, while authorities will continue to provide security protection to ensure orderliness, the NCPO Spokesman says.
The National Council for Peace and Order (NCPO) Spokesman Col Winthai Suwaree has revealed the progress of the bombing incident in Bangkok on a nationally televised broadcast, that the police have gathered all relevant evidence and witnesses, which led to the prosecution of the culprits. The situation in the capital has returned to normal conditions.
He said that the NCPO has established the situation monitoring and command center immediately after the incident to facilitate operations of related officials, in providing the assistance to the victims, proceeding the investigation, and reassuring confidence among the general public and tourists.
The NCPO has also provided training to the general public on the observing methods to detect potential acts of terror, as well as provided the updates via the Television Pool of Thailand.
The NCPO Spokesman added that the security authorities will continue to provide security protection to the public, in order to maintain the nation’s continuous social order.