Prayut orders tight safety amidst new Southern bomb assault

In the aftermath of a bombing in Yala province in Southern Thailand, PM Prayut Chan-o-cha has ordered investigators to hunt down the perpetrators. The attack injured four patrolling rangers and two civilians in entrance of a faculty in Bannang Sata district. This news comes after a government negotiator announced final month that the Thai government would have peace talks with Southern rebels quickly.
Prayut has now ordered authorities to tighten safety in each space, particularly around susceptible spots corresponding to transport and railway roads in the area. Yala’ Expires visited these injured by the bomb in hospital, and of their homes.
Southern Thailand’s separatist group Barisan Revolusi Nasional needs to determine an autonomous area often known as Patani Darussalam. It would include Thailand’s Deep South provinces close to the Malaysian border of Pattani, Yala, Narathiwat, and Songkhla. The battle between the Thai government, and the Patani Malay individuals in Southern Thailand, has existed since 1909, when Patani formally became part of Thailand.
The Thai authorities and BRN joined a peace dialogue panel in Phuket in January, but rather more progress needs to be made between the events. Thai authorities don’t agree to offer the Patani Malay individuals autonomy, or with the BRN’s want to have an Islamic college system taught in the Malay language..