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7 layers of reward mortar. Car bomb victim deputy inspector is “Pol. Gen..”

7 layers of reward mortar. Car bomb victim deputy inspector is “Pol. Gen..”
7 layers of reward mortar. Car bomb victim deputy inspector is “Pol. Gen..”

Cement reward 7 steps, deputy inspector of car bomb victims, promoted to “Pol. Gen.” ready to take care of various benefits, wife “Capt. Suthirak” revealed that her husband shouted to warn everyone after encountering a car bomb. Before being hit by an explosion, he died while the SBPAC rushed to heal the victims of the Narathiwat police flat bombing.

At 12:00 noon, Thursday, November 24, 2022, at Bang Nara Temple, Bang Nak Subdistrict, Mueang District, Narathiwat Province, Pol.Lt.Gen. Pol. Capt. Suthirak Pantaniya, 52 years old, deputy inspector of suppression. Performing traffic and security tasks Muang Narathiwat Police Station who died from a car bomb explosion police flat area Muang Narathiwat Police Station on November 22, the past with 46 injured

with Maj. Gen. Chalermporn Khamkeaw, commander of the Narathiwat Task Force Maj. Gen. Prappal Meemongkol, Deputy Commissioner of Provincial Police Region 9, Acting for the Provincial Police Commander in Narathiwat Province. as well as police officers About 300 soldiers and civilians attended the final mourning ceremony for the dead.

By Pol.Lt.Gen. Nantadet represented the funeral wreath Gen. Prayut Chan-o-cha, Prime Minister, including Gen. Prawit Wongsuwan, Deputy Prime Minister, Pol. Gen. Damrongsak Kittipraphat national police chief

Pol. Gen. Damrongsak order remedial care Police Capt. Suthirak Pantaniya proposed a special reward for virtue. by asking for a salary increase of 7 levels, asking for the rank of Pol. Gen. and insignia higher than 2 badges, as well as providing assistance in special cases for other benefits such as the cremation allowance, special aid 3 times the last salary, inherited gratuities, Special monthly pension for heirs, annual scholarship allowance / monthly allowance for children, and many more, including the recruitment of heirs to serve in the police service as a special case. As for various aids, the initial total amount is about 3,774,760 baht.

For Police Capt. Suthirak Pantaniya, a resident of Singhanakorn District, Songkhla Province, his wife’s name is Mrs. Saowarat Pantaniya, has 3 children, consisting of 1. Ms. Kanyarat Pantaniya, 26 years old, doing business. Personally, 2. Ms. Napassorn Phanthaniya, 23 years old, 6th year student at the Faculty of Medicine, Narathiwat Rajanagarindra University and 3. Master Kittiphot Phanthaniya, 14 years old, a Grade 2 student at Narathiwat School. As for the body, it will be set up for merit making at Sala Chedi Thong, Bang Nara Temple, Muang District, Narathiwat Province, with a royal cremation ceremony on November 28, 2022.

@@ Wife revealed her husband shouted to warn everyone after seeing a car bomb.


Mrs. Saowarat Pantaniya, wife of Police Captain Suthirak, said that on the day of the incident Her husband was standing in front of the house. And then the car that caused the accident drove in. He knew it was a suspicious car, went to look at the car, and when he learned that it was a suspect car, there was an explosion. He then yelled at everyone in the flat that the suspect car had exploded. and turned back into the house not sure Are you in a hurry to go to work? but ran into the house in time followed by an explosion and died in front of the house It was then that the event was all over the place. don’t know who is who And then there were many injured.

“Incidents like this do not want to happen to the family. I don’t want to be like this I want to live a normal life every day. but was destined We do not know what will happen next. But now I realized that the incident stopped here. Husband is asleep It has done its job to the fullest.”

@@ SBPAC rushes to heal the victims of the bombing


In the event of a car bomb accident in Narathiwat province, which left one person dead and 46 injured, Gen. Prawit Wongsuwan, Deputy Prime Minister and the chairman of the Southern Border Provinces Development Strategy Committee SBPAC to provide assistance to all government officials and people urgently.

Mr. Chanathan Saengpoom, Deputy Secretary-General of the Southern Border Provinces Administrative Center (SBPAC) reported a summary of the progress of providing relief assistance to those affected by the incident that Currently, there are 47 people affected physically, divided into 26 government officials and 21 people. There was 1 death, 2 severe injuries, 5 moderate injuries, and 39 minor injuries. At present, 36 people have been allowed to go home and 10 people are hospitalized. It was found that there were 2 children, one aged 1 year and another aged 10 months.

As for the property damage that occurred, it was found that all 46 people were affected by their property, divided into government buildings, police flats (very damaged), housing, Muang Narathiwat District Office. and Narasikkhalai School (slightly damaged)

There were also damages to 24 cars, 8 motorcycles, a bicycle, two 9mm guns, a grocery store and 20 hotel rooms, according to preliminary investigations. There are still some victims who have damaged many items of property that need to collect documents to submit to the district and provincial committees for further assistance.

as for the provision of initial remedial assistance has provided remedial assistance in accordance with the prescribed regulations Divided into cases of death. SBPAC grants 500,000 baht in physical assistance. Annual Scholarship Funeral management fee and insurance compensation Still in the process of collecting documents

In total of 46 injuries, SBPAC has paid 10,000 baht for physical assistance to 44 cases, the remaining 2 cases are pending medical certification. and property damage (Residence of police officers) Royal Thai Police Temporary accommodation has already been arranged.

The article is in Thai

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