NACC denies dragging feet on rice-pledging case against Yingluck
February 11, 2014 00:00
The National Anti-Corruption Commission Tuesday denied that it was dragging feet in the rice-pledging investigation caretaker Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra.
In its emails to the media, the NACC said the NACC would take legal actions against online users for spreading false rumours that the NACC members had been bought so it was dragging feet to help the prime minister.
The NACC has set up a panel to look into allegations that Yingluck had committed nonfeasance for failing to stop the rice pledging scheme from causing huge damage to the country.
The NACC warned social networkkers to stop spreading rumours and said the investigation was continuing straightforwardly in line with proper procedure and legal timeframe.