Restricted areas declared

Police chief Adul Saengseingkaew on Friday issued the first notice under the emergency decree prohibiting individuals or groups of people from entering 13 building compounds and 25 roads unless authorised to do so.

The restricted building premises are Government House, parliament, the Interior Ministry, Chaeng Wattana government complex, Cat Telecom Company on Chaeng Wattana Road, TOT Plc, Thaicom satellite station and its ground service office, Aeronautical Radio of Thailand Ltd, the Police Club, state enterprises, local administration organisations and other state agencies.

The restricted roads are Ratchasima, Phitsanulok and roads around Government House and parliament areas, Rama I, Ratchadaphisek, Sukhumvit from Nana intersection to Soi Sukhumvit 19, Ratchavithi from Tukchai intersection to Din Daeng Triangle, Lat Phrao from Lat Phrao intersection to Kamphaengphet intersection, Chaeng Wattana Road, and one bridge, Rama 8, which is currently being occupied by the Dhamma Army.

Pol Gen Adul also issued a second notice prohibiting people from carrying weapons or objects that can be used as weapons in the restricted areas.

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Discussion 1 : 24/01/2014 at 02:38 PM
well and good, but what's going to happen if protesters breach these restrictions?
Discussion 2 : 24/01/2014 at 02:04 PM
Finally some progress ! Anybody going to arrest Suthep ??
Discussion 3 : 24/01/2014 at 01:59 PM
When I see all the thousands of people on that roads, I have the feeling, they don't give a damn about any notices from police or CMPO or the emergency decree in general. What I hear so far from protesters indicates ,that the caretakers become the object of ridicule and the CMPO the laughing stock of this nation.
Discussion 4 : 24/01/2014 at 01:52 PM
Another bad joke! Why do our authorities issue all these useless orders? I am sure many of the mentioned buildings are anyhow for authorized personal only. Or is it on a normal day possible to just walk into a satellite station without authorization? And how about the roads: I live in the middle of the area “Sukhumvit from Nana intersection to Soi Sukhumvit 19”. Do I have to stay home now? And isn’t it funny that this restriction is only until Sukhumvit Soi 19? The protesters are between Soi 19 and Soi 23 so they are not included in that area? But then again, when was the last time this government made any sense?

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