“Big Pom” joins Palang Pracharath Party, denies attending coalition party dinner

Palang Pracharath Party, "Big Pom" wears a purple shirt all over, enters Palang Pracharath Party, refuses to join the party dinner, reveals that "Thammanat" is already there. Gen Prawit Wongsuwan, leader of the Palang Pracharath Party, chaired the weekly MP meeting, wearing a purple jacket and an indifferent expression. The meeting was attended by Lt Col Thammanat Prompao, Minister of Agriculture and Cooperatives, Attakorn Sirilatayakorn, Deputy Minister of Agriculture and Cooperatives, Santi Promphat, Deputy Minister of Public Health, and other MPs. Gen Prawit gave an interview after the meeting that he was fine. The meeting today went smoothly and he urged all party members to work well. As for the Palang Pracharath Party hosting a dinner party among the coalition parties on July 15, there will be Lt Gen Thammanat Prompao, Minister of Agriculture and Cooperatives, as secretary-general of the Palang Pracharath Party, so he does not need to go. While Lt. Col. Thammanat said that in today's meeting, Gen. P rawit has emphasized the field visits and the roles and duties of MPs in the parliament and party ministers reporting on important agendas in the cabinet in the proportion of the Palang Pracharath Party. He also confirmed that Gen. Prawit is not worried about anything because all MPs are already doing their jobs well. As for hosting the joint dinner between the coalition parties on July 15, they are currently looking for a venue for the event. Gen. Prawit has assigned Pol. Gen. Patcharawat Wongsuwan, Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Natural Resources and Environment, as an advisor to the leader of the Palang Pracharath Party, to be a representative. When reporters asked if Gen Prawit had the opportunity to join the joint dinner between the coalition parties, Lt Col Thammanat said that this matter should be up to Gen Prawit's wishes. When the reporter asked if the relationship within the party was still good, Lt. Col. Thammanat asked back, "Didn't you ask him a moment ago?" The reporter replied, "You d idn't answer that question." Lt. Col. Thammanat smiled but didn't answer any questions. Source: Thai News Agency