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BMA decries talk of legal action by CAPO

The Bangkok Metropolitan Administration on Friday criticised Surapong Tohvichakchaikul, chief of the peace administration centre, for saying that legal action would be taken city authorities for supporting protest leaders by supplying anti-government protesters with toilets and water.

Wasan Meewong, advisor and personal spokesman to Bangkok governor, said that Surapong's real intention was to attack Bangkok governor Sukhumbhand Paribatra. who is a member of the opposition Democrat Party.

"Surapong was using his imagination in saying that BMA should face legal action for supplying water and mobile toilets at the rally sites," he said.

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