Picture courtesy of Thai PBS World

In a show of solidarity, officers from numerous ministries donned vibrant purple T-shirts yesterday, standing united in help of HRH Princess Maha Chakri Sirindhorn.

The gesture got here in response to a latest alarming incident on a bustling Bangkok expressway, the place two people from the Taluwang group recklessly honked and tried to chase the princess’s motorcade.

Main the cost on the revered Mangkorn Kamalawat Chinese language temple in Chinatown, Palang Pracharath celebration chief Basic Prawit Wongsuwan, accompanied by Minister of Pure Assets and Atmosphere Patcharawat Wongsuwan and different celebration members, stood alongside members of the Thai-Chinese language neighborhood. Collectively, they paid homage to the temple deities, providing unwavering ethical help to Princess Sirindhorn.

Minister Patcharawat and officers from the Ministry of Pure Assets and Atmosphere additional prolonged their well-wishes to the esteemed Princess in a solemn ceremony, echoing sentiments of solidarity and respect.

Concurrently, the same poignant ritual unfolded on the Ministry of Social Improvement and Human Safety, underscoring the widespread outpouring of help and reverence for Princess Sirindhorn, reported Thai PBS World.

Responding to this spontaneous show of solidarity, Prime Minister Srettha Thavisin emphasised Princess Sirindhorn’s tireless dedication to the individuals, asserting the paramount significance of safety officers in safeguarding her well-being.

A 22 12 months previous activist attracted consideration when she discovered herself within the information for honking her automotive horn at a royal motorcade on February 4. Following this incident, Tantawan Tuatulanon performed an opinion ballot on February 10, questioning if royal motorcades have been a explanation for visitors points. This motion led to prices being filed towards her for inflicting a public disturbance.

In associated information, the Division of Non secular Affairs declared that uncommon relics of the Lord Buddha and his chief disciples Sariputra and Moggallana can be transported from India to be showcased at Sanam Luang, permitting the general public to supply their respects from 9am to 8pm, ranging from February 22 till March 19. This occasion goals to honour His Majesty’s 72nd birthday, marking the sixth cycle birthday on July 28.

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