The Labour Minister, Mr. Suchart Chomklin, spoke about a criminal bombing at a police flat on Suriya Pradit Road, Muang District, Narathiwat Province, on the afternoon of November 22. The incident caused the death of one police officer and injured many others. As soon as he heard the news, Prime Minister General Prayuth Chan-ocha expressed his concern and regret about the incident. He urged relevant agencies to speed up investigations to help those affected as soon as possible. The Labour Minister has instructed the Ministry of Labour’s Social Security Office to investigate and provide immediate assistance to the insured victims. The Narathiwat Provincial Social Security Office’s investigation found that four insured persons were injured in the incident. The first was Mrs. Nida Chanapan, insured under Section 33, who was injured and admitted to the Narathiwat Rajanagarindra Hospital. The second was Mr. Chancharin Mayuso, an insured person under Section 40, who was injured and admitted to the Narathiwat Rajanagarindra Hospital. The third was Mrs. Charoenta Boonsong, an insured person under Section 40; the fourth was Mr. Patawee Pinkaew, an insured person under Section 40.
Mr. Suchart continued that he offered his condolences to the deceased’s family and showed his support to all injured people. The government and the Ministry of Labour are concerned about the incident. The Ministry of Labour’s Social Security Office is ready to take care and support insured persons who have been injured to receive their entitlements. In this case, the Narathiwat Provincial Social Security Office has coordinated and notified the insured persons and relatives about their medical expense entitlements so that they can receive assistance according to their entitlements as soon as possible.
Division of Public Relations
23 November 2022