BOMB FELL ON ROOF HOUSE SOI EKKAMAI AND 4 PERSONS INJURED
BOMB FELL ON ROOF HOUSE SOI EKKAMAI AND 4 PERSONS INJURED
เกิดเหตุระเบิด 2 ครั้ง ภายในซอยนวลจิต มีชายได้รับบาดเจ็บ 1 นาย
ด้วยเมื่อวันที่ 20 มี.ค.57 เวลาประมาณ 23.30 น. เกิดเหตุคนร้ายยิง ลย. 40 มม. จำนวน 2 นัดตกใน ซอยนวลจิต 3 เป็นชนิด HEDP และซอยนวลจิต 4 เป็นชนิด HE พบมีบ้าน 2 หลังได้รับความเสียหาย โดยหลังแรกมีวัตถุระเบิดตกทะลุหลังคาและระเบิดข้างที่นอน ส่งผลให้นายบุญช่วย พิมพ์สัมฤทธิ์ อายุ 43 ปี ได้รับบาดเจ็บ นำตัวส่ง ร.พ.เพชรเวช
จุดเกิดเหตุดังกล่าวห่างจากบ้านพักของ นายจรัญ ภักดีธนากุล ตุลา การศาลรัฐธรรมนูญ ประมาณ 300 เมตร
เวลา 23.40 น. ข่าว จส.100 แจ้งว่า ลูกระเบิดตกบนหลังคา บ้านเลขที่ 43 ซ.เอกมัย 30 แยก 3 มีผู้บาดเจ็บสาหัส 1 คน เป็นชาย นำส่ง ร.พ.ปิยะเวช ที่เกิดเหตุเป็นชุมชน
23.45 น. << เสียงดังคล้ายระเบิด ใกล้บ้านพักศาล >>
ใกล้บ้านพักศาลรัฐธรรมนูญ 1 ใน 9 ….ซอยปรีดี 45 มีเพื่อนบอกว่า ปาระเบิดหรือเปล่า คนแถวนั่น บอกเสียงดังมาก สะดุ้งตื่น
บ้านศาลรัฐธรรมนูญ 1 ใน 9 (สรุปบ้านอาจารย์ จรัล)
ใครอยู่แถวนั่นแจ้งให้ทราบที…มันนอกฟื้นที่นะ cr.cathay mee
The finding of the M 60 and M 81 motar shells came after the police were alerted by a village headman.
The headman, Prachum Chumchan, told Phanat Nikhom police that his relative Prasert Chumnan netted a mortar shell while he was fishing at a pond in Village Group 4 of Tambon Sra Siliem in Phanat Nikhom.
Initial examination of the bombs showed that all have codes in Thai, indicating they were produced in Thailand.
Now a Muslim political party of Burma has come out with their reservation towards the word Rohingya replacing Bengali titles in the forthcoming national census.
Kaman (Muslim) National Development Party (KNDP) has made their stand clear regarding the term (Rohingya) through a statement issued to the media on March 18 last.
U Thein Pe, a central committee member of the party disclosed that his party opposes the name of Rohingya to be used in the census as it (Rohingya) is not included in the list of ethnic nationalities of Burma.
The southeast Asian country recognizes 135 ethnic nationalities as its indigenous residents. Kaman Muslim is also a recognized ethnic nationality of Burma.
“It would be unfair and injustice if the name of Rohingya is used in the census. Because Rohingya is not recognized as a community or nationality in our country,” asserted U Thein Pe.
The KNDP statement added that there is no mention about the term of Rohingya in the Arakanese history. The Burma President U Thein Sein has already declared that the Rohingya is not included in the list of 135 ethnic nationalities of the country.
There is a wild rumor across Arakan that the authority has created a code number 914 advocating the title Rohingya instead of Bengali names in the census.
The Arakanese ethnic nationalities have already opposed the term (Rohingya) for using it instead of Bengali titles in the census and they had also demonstrated their angers through various rallies on March 16, 2014.
Some senior Arakanese leaders have recently sent a letter to the census department urging its good office to avoid the Rohingya name in the nationwide census.
Suthep Thaugsuban (สุเทพ เทือกสุบรรณ): Jatuporn alleged that the “popcorn shooter” who appeared at Lak Si was in cahoots with me. Let me reiterate once again that I do not know the shooter’s identity. None of the PDRC guards are “popcorn shooters.” I’ve spoken to all of them and stressed that our uprising must be peaceful and non-violent. We must be patient and stay focused on this course. We are determined to bring down the Thaksin regime with our bare hands.
Thank you and good night.
(image credit: unknown. The mysterious “popcorn shooter” the police claim to have apprehended is pictured in the upper left corner. The other captures are of suspected perpetrators in other attacks on the demonstrations who have not been tapped by the police)
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Local people say that development funds of Ks 100 million allowed for each member of parliament are more effective than aid from international non-governmental organizations (INGOs) in fulfilling their basic needs. However, controversy has erupted between the government and parliament over the implementation of such development projects.
The Ks 100-million development project plan began this fiscal year, but the amount is not enough to fulfill the regional requirements, say local residents.
More effective than INGOs
In the township of Myaungmya, Ayeyarwady Region, most of the Ks 100-million fund is reportedly used in the education sector, while some of the money is also spent on other requirements of the local people.
They say the amount of Ks 100 million is not enough to meet all local needs. However, it is more effective than INGO assistance because the main requirements can be fulfilled. The development efforts of INGOs can be limited as they rely mainly on donors, say the locals.
“The amount of Ks 100 million allotted by parliament is not enough. Actually, there are a lot of requirements for the region. The crematorium repairs at Myaungmya cemetery carried out with this fund are really necessary. The people from three surrounding areas were faced with health problems due to smoke from the crematorium. We asked for assistance from many local organisations and INGOs. But it didn’t work. Now we are glad we received help [from the development fund],” said Thet Paing Kyu from Myaungmya’s charitable youth association.
“Our town has many NGOs and INGOs but their aid is limited. Foreign donors contribute only to the specific projects. Local people also need to contribute. Although the same is true to the parliamentary aids in requiring local people’s contribution, they are also based on pubic needs. So they are more effective,” said Thet Paing Kyu.
“Parliament has provided assistance that the people really need. So it (the development fund from parliament) is more effective, he said. Continue reading “#MYANMAR : #Regional #development #funds #more #effective than #INGO #aid, locals say”
A photo of three men, including a Myanmar military officer, that has been circulating recently on social media and posted on websites is from an incident that took place in 2012, according to a senior official from the President’s Office.
The Turkish news agency INCA NEWS first published the photo of the three men with the caption ‘Three soldiers from military construction unit who were constructing a border fence,’ and included their names, ranks, and names of their regiments in Turkish. Afterward, this photo was shared by online and social media.
When Eleven Media contacted the President’s Office to ask about the photo, a senior official replied that the incident took place in 2012. Even though the military tried to rescue the men, the official said, they could not rescue them in time.
“This photo was taken during the incident in 2012. It is questionable why they have decided to dig this up and share it now. In this incident, the RSO captured a military officer from the GE unit and two civil servants, who went to construct the border fence. At that time, the military followed them, but it was too late,” the senior official said on condition of anonymity. Continue reading “#MYANMAR #President’s #Office: #RSO #captured a #military #officer from the #GE #unit and two civil servants,”