A complaint has been lodged with Chanasongkram police by the National Council for Peace and Order against 57 core leaders and followers of the pro-election political group, accusing them of inciting rebellion among the people to defy the law, illegal political assembly and violation of the NCPO order regarding the maintenance of peace and order.
The complaint was filed by Colonel Burin Thongprapai, an officer attached to the Army on behalf of the NCPO. Named as core leaders of the group are Karn Pongprapaphan, Sirawat Serithiwat, Rangsiman Rome, Ms Nattha Mahatthana, Thanawat Promchak, Aekkachai Harnkangwan, Chokechai Paibulratchata, Anont Nampa, Pakorn Areekul and Mr Sripai Nonthorn.
The other 47 followers of the pro-election group include Netiwit Chotepatpaisarn, Ms Chonthicha Jaengraew, Korakot Sangyenphan, Sorawat Komniyavanich, Ratthapol Supasophon, Mrs Suwanna Tarnlek, Noeng Katesakol, Mrs Matthana Atjima, Surasak Asavasena Mrs Nattaya Panuwat, Mrs Passorn Boonkhee, Mrs Yupa Saengsai, Mrs Pranoom Poonthawee, Pattharapol Thanadetpornlert, Apisit Sapnapapant, Visarut Anukulkarn, Anurak Jentavanich, Sombat Thongyoi and Od Angmoon.
Source: Thai Public Broadcasting Service (ThaiPBS)