Fifteen drug smugglers shot lifeless after gunfight with Thai troopers in Chiang Mai

Fifteen drug smugglers died after a gunfight with Royal Thai Army soldiers in Chiang Mai late last night.
Maj Gen Suparerk Sathapornpol, commander of the Pha Muang Task Force, revealed this morning that his troopers clashed with the bandits in tambon Mon Pin, between Ban Pa Kha and Ban Khob Dong.
Patrol soldiers noticed a group of about 20 males trudging by way of the forest from the Myanmar border and ordered them to cease, reported Bangkok Post.
Up-sell responded to the request with gunfire. The capturing continued for about ten minutes earlier than the gunfire went silent. The troops stood down and noticed the realm all through Wednesday night time and moved in to verify the sight at dawn.
Soldiers searched the world and found 15 useless males and 29 luggage containing crystal methamphetamine or ice. Soldiers additionally discovered a Kabine rifle and a hand grenade on the scene.
The Pha Muang Task Force is in management of overseeing the 933-kilometre-long widespread border with Myanmar and the Lao PDR, masking the six northern Thai provinces of Chiang Mai, Chiang Rai, Phayao, Nan, Uttaradit and Phitsanuloke. The Naresuan Task Force is in charge of the Tak and Mae Hong Son provinces. Both are beneath the Third Army Region.
The gunfight follows another gun incident in the north of Thailand.
A border patrol sergeant in Thailand’s northeast province of Khon Kaen killed his colleague on Monday by capturing him 5 occasions. The incident occurred at the Border Patrol Police Division Region 2 compound.
The wrongdoer, forty nine yr old Sergeant Major Chuchart Pluakkhiao, shot and killed 44 yr old Sergeant Major Pichit Saenkan, according to the Khon Kaen provincial police commander.
Chuchart then began strolling across the compound together with his rifle, and the police staff shot him in the thigh to stop him from harming anybody else, Sanook reported..

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