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Social Reform Movement to Work Together to Organise Problems with Drugs and Drugs Related Communities
CityNews – The previous Governor, ML Pannadda Diskul, launched a social reform movement in February this year involving 19 organisations from the municipality to the labour office to the police, to work together to organise problems with drugs and drugs related communities, especially in relation to alien workers.
Today Colonel Akarawatra Wutthidejchotiphokin, of the armed forces announced that 38 illegal aliens living in Pa Paeng and Srimongkol communities have been arrested, with five of them in possession of drugs. There were also problems with illegal aliens squatting on public land, so there will be a project to move them to an area in Patan sub district.
The head of the labour department also made an announcement that the men seeking work on a daily basis by the Atssadathorn Junction were in fact, and contrary to popular belief, not Thai Yai immigrants (only 30%), but Thai nationals, though mainly hill tribes. In the past few weeks there has also been an initiative to set up a mobile job search unit, so far about 10 people a day have registered for jobs via the mobile unit. In Chiang Mai municipality there are 93 communities, and so far there has only started work on social reform on two communities.
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