Photograph courtesy of Bangkok Put up

Sutin Klungsang, the Defence Minister, has acknowledged that the Thai government will make use of the One Map system, developed by the Royal Thai Survey Division, to resolve ongoing land possession disputes nationwide, together with a contentious problem in Khao Yai Nationwide Park.

Sutin, who can be the chair of the One Map preparation committee, made it clear that any disagreements in regards to the map’s accuracy might be taken up with the Central Administrative Courtroom. His feedback got here in gentle of Nationwide Park Workplace director, Chaiwat Limlikitaksorn’s, objections to the knowledge supplied by the One Map system, reported Bangkok Put up.

Sutin acknowledged that discrepancies might need arisen due to totally different organisations utilizing totally different maps. He urged a single map may assist to attain a resolution. The One Map system, he added, doesn’t favour any occasion however is predicated on evaluation of historic and present photographic proof.

In the meantime, Jatuporn Burutpat, everlasting secretary of the Pure Assets and Atmosphere Ministry, has deliberate a dialogue with Chaiwat and associated sectors concerning the Sor Por Kor 4-01 land proper certificates, that are presently suspended. This assembly is scheduled for March 4.

The dialogue panel can even embrace Prayoon Insakul, the Agriculture everlasting secretary; Athapol Charoenshunsa, director-general of the Division of Pure Assets, Wildlife, and Plant Conservation (DNP); and Surachai Achalaboon, chief of the Division of Royal Forest.

On the day prior to this, Chaiwat expressed his approval of the Royal Thai Survey Division’s conclusions throughout a gathering with a number of committees. He claimed that the disputed 3,000-rai space was not within the buffer zone as outlined by the Royal Thai Survey Division, however throughout the boundaries of Khao Yai Nationwide Park, as beforehand introduced by a royal decree.

Ammarit Khongkaew, appearing director normal of Nakhon Ratchasima Alro, confirmed throughout the assembly that the issuance of the Sor Por Kor certificates for the land was a violation of laws.

Immediately, Chaiwat will conduct a survey of the disputed land, accompanied by the Nationwide Anti-Corruption Fee, the secretary-general of the Alro, and the governor of Nakhon Ratchasima.

The Committee on Land, Pure Assets, and Atmosphere can be set to survey the realm on Monday, confirmed by Apichart Sirisoonthorn, the committee chairman.

Amnuay Intarak, a member of the Khao Yai’s Pal group, talked about that 23 conservation teams help Chaiwat’s objections to the One Map system.

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