Chalerm to push for curfew in South
Deputy PM Chalerm Yoobamrung yesterday vowed to push for some danger zones in the troubled South to be put under curfew."Police have told me that attacks take place quite often at night in some areas," he said.
Under curfew, people will not be allowed to travel at night and Chalerm shrugged off criticism that this measure would curtail their civil rights. "The curfew will reduce violent incidents," he said.
He said he will raise the issue tomorrow during a meeting of the committee on policies and strategies to end the unrest in the South.