Thai police to set up center to monitor anti-gov't movement

10:32, February 06, 2010      

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An operational center will be set up in order to closely monitor the anti-government movement, Thailand's acting national police chief Police General Pateep Tunprasert disclosed on Friday.

Speaking after a meeting about a security matter with police officers, Police General Pateep, disclosed the meeting resolved to set up the operational center since the United Front of Democracy Against Dictatorship (UDD) plans a series of rallies nationwide, the National News Bureau of Thailand (NNT) under the state-owned Public Relations Department reported.

Police General Pateep will be the center chairman as Police Lieutenant General Adul Saengsingkaew and Deputy National Police Chief, Police Lieutenant General Worapong Chewprecha will be responsible for the center operation.

The red-shirted people also plan to gather in front of the Royal Thai Police Headquarters in Bangkok on Feb. 10 to ask about a progress of a case of the seizure of Bangkok's two airports and Government House by the People's Alliance for Democracy (PAD) or the yellow-shirted people.

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