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The Prime Minister has expressed his concerns about expected thunderstorms and extensive rainfall in Thailand, and has ordered all provinces to provide immediate assistance to villagers when needed. Meanwhile, he assured the public that he always follows up on the outcomes of parliamentary meetings.
The Deputy Government Spokesman Lt Gen Werachon Sukondhapatipak revealed today that the Prime Minister Gen Prayut Chan-o-cha has expressed his concerns for members of the general public living in areas affected by thunderstorms and heavy rain in this period, especially in the northern, northeastern, central, and eastern regions.
Mudslides, collapsing utility poles, and road accidents have been reported due to recent poor weather. The general public is advised to exercise caution and closely follow weather forecasts and alerts from the Meteorological Department.
The Prime Minister has urged all provinces affected by tropical storm Mun which is causing continuous heavy rain in places, to monitor the situation, issue alerts to residents when necessary, and provide assistance to all people affected by the downpours.
The deputy government spokesman said the Prime Minister is now occupied with meetings to expedite national development projects and solve pressing public issues. He has however been following live broadcasts of parliamentary meetings to gather input from all members, in order to take material action on beneficial suggestions.