Buriram immigration inspector transferred amid claims he allowed Chinese pirate goods man to extend "religious" visa

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Thailand's immigration chief Lt-Gen Sompong Chingduang signed his name to an order for the transfer of an inspector of immigration in Buriram in Thailand's north east.

Pol Maj Jakkrapong Permkamlangphon has been stripped of all his regular duties and ordered to a clerical post at base.

He has been replaced by Pol Lt-Col Theerawat Thipthanawiwat.

The move comes after the Department of Special Investigation arrested a Chinese national called Sanglee Lee, 42, in Dao Khanong, Thonburi, when a large number of pirated goods were seized on January 19th.

Lee had been given permission to extend his stay in Thailand on 11th June last year in Buriram to study Buddhism or engage in religious activities.

Sources suggested that the man transferred oversaw the granting of visas to a group of Chinese people.

They have been pictured in white robes at a temple in the north east that they claimed was their address under Article 38 regulations.

A gang is behind the pirate goods operation going on in Thonburi near Bangkok and the suggestion is that the senior immigration officer was somehow involved.

Soure: Daily News
 
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