NACC launches probe into purchase of devices
The National Anti-Corruption Commission has launched a graft probe into the procurement of GT200 and Alpha 6 detection devices.
The probe, led by NACC member Vichai Vivitasevi, is expected to focus on three key charges for fraud, bidding collusion and inflated price involving 13 government agencies. Of the 13, the Central Institute for Forensic Science of the Justice Ministry is the prime target for investigation.
The institute has paid for the devices at unusually high prices.