NARATHIWAT, Oct 25 – Three members of the Runda Kumpalan Kecil (RKK) insurgent group have surrendered to the police.
As suspects in insurgent cases from 2011, the trio pledged to change their views and cooperate with officials in tackling the southern violence. They also pledged that they would not get back involved with the insurgent network again.
Apinun Suethanuwong, Narathiwat governor said that the authority is ready to provide security for their families and will offer them justice.
Pol Maj Gen Phisit Sitthisarn, commander of the special unit, said the trio turned themselves in to the police because they are confident in the prospects of fairness, after 93 suspects turned up earlier this month and were helped to have jobs and able to lead normal lives.