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Torsak Sukvimol Reinstated as Police Chief After Investigation


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2 hours ago, webfact said:

The investigation uncovered conflicts at all levels within the Royal Thai Police, involving Pol. Gen. Torsak Sukwimol, the Police Chief, and Pol. Gen. Surachate Hakparn, the Deputy Police Chief, among others

That's what usually happens when climbing up the ladder brings wealth.

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5 hours ago, webfact said:

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Former police chief Pol Gen Torsak Sukvimol is set to be reinstated following a thorough investigation, according to a statement by Wissanu Krea-ngam, special advisor to Prime Minister Srettha Thavisin.

 

At a press conference today, Wissanu explained the findings of a fact-finding committee led by Chatchai Promlert, former permanent secretary of the interior. The committee concluded that neither Torsak nor his rival, Pol Gen Surachate Hakparn, had committed any wrongdoing.

 

The investigation revealed that personal conflicts between Torsak and Surachate, concerning the handling of several high-profile cases, led to significant divisions within the police force. These conflicts were deemed complex enough to take roughly four months to resolve.

 

Both officers were transferred from the Royal Thai Police to the Prime Minister’s Office on March 20, pending the investigation's outcome. On the same day, the acting police chief placed Surachate under investigation and subsequently removed him from the force.

 

However, the Council of State later ruled that Surachate’s removal was illegitimate, as it lacked the necessary recommendation from an investigating panel.

 

Wissanu disclosed that the Council of State found Surachate’s dismissal had wrongly deprived him of his rights, including his salary, use of a car, and the possibility of promotion. Consequently, the secretariat of the PM’s Office is now seeking Royal approval to rectify this mistake.

 

Currently, the former deputy police chief’s petition is under review by the Police Good Governance Protection Committee.

 

Wissanu expressed optimism that the internal conflicts within the Royal Thai Police would ease following the findings of the Chatchai panel, noting that efforts have been ongoing for the past four months to bridge the divides.

 

Assuring the public that the investigation was free of any attempts to whitewash, Wissanu noted that cases pending with the National Anti-Corruption Commission and the Criminal Court would be handled by the respective parties themselves.

 

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I can envision a permanent 'inactive position' being created as we speak, golf and spa privileges included, and a paycheck enough to keep 'Big Joke' nice and docile...

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7 hours ago, webfact said:

Consequently, the secretariat of the PM’s Office is now seeking Royal approval to rectify this mistake.

why need their approval to correct a mistake, unless...

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7 hours ago, webfact said:

Assuring the public that the investigation was free of any attempts to whitewash, Wissanu noted that cases pending with the National Anti-Corruption Commission and the Criminal Court would be handled by the respective parties themselves.

Once all the brown envelopes had been distributed.

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So officially proven that no corrupt practises exist at highest levels of RTP. All just one big misunderstanding, just as expected. 

 

Let the envelopes continue to change hands. 

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Looks like they were told to stand in opposite corners of the room and face the wall. Torsak retires in September so he will be out of the way in a few more months. As for Big Joke I hope he gets the blame for everything and is exiled to a desert island (inactive post) until he retires too.

Royal Thai Police Farce is full of rogues, but nobody is capable of doing anything about it.

 

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On 6/21/2024 at 12:23 PM, jippytum said:

Looks  like 'Big Joke ' has lost this one. 

I wouldn't bet my life savings on that. 

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💘It's just a lovers tiff, all will be forgiven, and their engagement will be announced soon..

 The PM will be best man and .Ms. Tony. will be the bridesmaid.  Old rice will be thrown. 💘💘💘

 

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