Ex-deputy commerce minister Banyin to be indicted

Ex-deputy commerce minister Banyin to be indicted

By Thai PBS

 

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The attorney-general has decided to indict former deputy commerce minister Banyin Tangpakorn and his alleged accomplices on forgery charges in connection with the dubious transfer of about 200 million baht worth of shares of the late businessman Chuwong sae Tang.

 

Earlier, the public prosecutor of the Southern Bangkok Civil Litigation Department decided not to indict Pol Lt-Col Banyin, former Thai Rak Thai MP for Nakhon Sawan, and his alleged accomplices due to insufficient evidence. But this was objected by the national police chief, Pol Gen Chakthip Chaijinda, who referred the case to the attorney-general for finalization.

 

Attorney-general Khemchai Chutiwong recently decided to indict the Pol Lt-Col Banyin and his alleged accomplices, an informed OAG source said.

 

Full story: http://englishnews.thaipbs.or.th/ex-deputy-commerce-minister-banyin-indicted/

 
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