Public invited to witness 800kg marijuana, 300kg kratom burnoff

Public invited to witness 800kg marijuana, 300kg kratom burnoff

By Eakkapop Thongtub

 

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The public display was held to assure people the drugs were disposed of properly. Photo: PR Dept
 

PHUKET:-- A total of 500kg of marijuana and along 300kg of kratom were incinerated in Phuket today (Aug 7) in a public display of the government’s efforts in the fight against drugs.
 

Leading the event, held at at the Phuket Municipality solid waste incinerator at Saphan Hin, was Phuket Provincial Court Chief Judge Nara Methaatharathip, accompanied by Phuket Provincial Police Deputy Chief Col Witoon Kongsudjai and a host of other officials selected by the provincial government’s anti-drugs committee.

 

Members of the media and the general public were invited to witness the event as a way of evidencing that the drugs were properly disposed of.

 

Full Story: https://www.thephuketnews.com/public-invited-to-witness-800kg-marijuana-300kg-kratom-burnoff-72428.php#OdWVPgvTmcrHAwiX.97

 

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