Thailand – The National Anti-Corruption Commission (NACC) has said there is weight to the claim that Pheu Thai MP for Mukdahan Anurak Tangpanitanon was associated with a pay off outrage connected to the 2021 spending plan allotment of an administration division.
The resistance MP stands blamed for requesting pay-offs from Sakda Wichiansilp, chief general of the Department of Groundwater Resources, in return for not managing the office’s financial plan allotment.
The supposed offense occurred when Mr Anurak filled in as an individual from a House sub-board of trustees surveying the spending plan put away for the office worth 1.2 billion baht. The board tried to coordinate the public spending plan, which required managing a portion of the designations.
Along with this, NACC secretary-general Niwatchai Kasemmongkol said the NACC’s sub-council investigating the supposed pay off guarantee has found there are grounds to the claim against the MP. That’s why Mr Anurak was found to have disregarded Section 149 of the Criminal Code and Section 123/5 of the counter defilement law and serious a genuine break of the moral code, as per Mr Niwatchai.
The NACC will straightforwardly stop an appeal with the Supreme Court against Mr Anurak for abusing the moral code and present the discoveries to the Office of the Attorney-General (OAG) to record criminal allegations against the MP with the Supreme Court’s Criminal Division for Holders of Political Positions.
As indicated by Mr Niwatchai, the NACC hosts cleared the Prachapiwat Gathering list-MP, Nanthana Songpracha, who was likewise involved in the claims. In other defilement related cases, the counter unite office has found against tycoon Prayudh Mahagitsiri who is embroiled in supposed inconsistencies in regards to two separate land snatch examinations.
The finance manager stands blamed for supporting state authorities in the illicit issuance of title deeds for state-claimed land in Krabi’s Muang locale and Nakhon Ratchasima’s Sikhiu region, said Mr Niwatchai. Morever, He said the NACC has likewise tracked down the previous legislative leader of Phuket Nirand Kalayanamitr and 10 others to blame over the supposed illicit issuance of land deeds for woodland hold regions.