Thai senator summoned for alleged involvement in attack on monks and residents in Isaan

Police summoned Thai senator Kittisak Rattanawaraha for questioning after it was discovered that he was allegedly involved in an attack on monks and residents in the Isaan province of Phichit last month.
On April 6, a group of males wearing all-black got here to Bang Klan Temple, also called Hirunyaram Temple, within the Pho Talay district of Phichit and attacked monks and the temple committee. Matichon reported that 13 victims, together with monks, had been injured, and three of them suffered extreme conditions.
The motive was later recognized as a conflict between the previous temple committee and its new team. The men in black did not settle for the model new group or the brand new abbot in order that they entered the house, attacked folks, and banned guests from getting in.
The Commander of Phichit Provincial Police Officer, Kamthorn Jantee, reported that 20 suspects who participated in the assault were arrested. Only two suspects were left, together with Senator Kittisak and one other authorities official named Dusit Khamsila.
Exclusive didn’t reveal how the senator was concerned within the attack on the temple but he disclosed that his team had already launched an arrest warrant against Kittisak. The court, nonetheless, allegedly asked them to drop the warrant and problem a summons as a substitute.
Kittisak insisted to the media at present that he was not involved in the attack. He promised that he would reply to the summons sooner or later and answer any questions. He added that he was not apprehensive.
Kittisak said…
“I have not yet acquired the summons from the police. I only realized in regards to the issue from the news agencies. I know who is behind this accusation. They are a strong group of folks that use the power of cash to process the case towards me. I can sue them as they did to me, and my lawyer is now preparing. I am certain that this issue is not going to affect my senator position. It is just an accusation. Maybe, it’s related to the benefit of some politicians.”
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