27 March 2014 (NNT) – The army says pro-government protesters’ demolition of an army bunker on Tiwanont road was “not right” and demands that their leaders take responsibility for violent incidents in the area after the bunker was wiped out.
Deputy Spokesman of the Royal Thai Army Col.Winthai Suwaree criticized the People Radio for Democracy who had demolished the army’s bunker in front of the head office of the National Anti-Corruption Commission (NACC), saying that the group had disrupted the army’s security operations. He added that the army had been avoiding confrontations in a bid to prevent the situation from turning violent.
According to the deputy spokesman, the army needed to help maintain order and establish the bunker in front of the NACC office since it is a violence-prone area. The army let the demonstrators demolish the bunker since it did not want to confront with them.
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