Training for handicapped people who want to participate in Bike For Dad event


BANGKOK, 6 November 2015  – The MSDHS Minister praised disabled persons who are set to participate in the BKIE FOR DAD activity, and has prepared cycling safety training for the handicapped prior to the event next month. 

The Minister of Social Development and Human Security Pol Gen Adul Sangsingkeo has said regarding the cycling activity celebrating the 88th birthday of His Majesty the King ‘BIKE FOR DAD’ that there are now many participants registered to attend the activity, including persons with disabilities, who should be praised.

Police General Adul Sangsingkeo

He stated that the provincial social development and human security offices nationwide have been assigned to take care of this group of participants, and tasked to ensure the proper facilitation and safety measures for participants with disabilities.

The MSDHS Minister added that the Department of Empowerment of Persons with Disabilities will be training 400 handicapped participants for the cycling activity in Bangkok on cycling safety, prior to the actual event on 11 December 2015.