Foreigners again warned against joining rallies or get deported
February 07, 2014 00:00
Immigration police have once again issued a warning to foreigners against any participation in the anti-government protests, saying that this could lead to deportation.
The warning comes in the wake of reports that an Indian businessman; Sathit Segal, will be deported for his involvement in the rally and his speech on the protest stage.
In the first warning, issued in December, the Immigration Bureau said foreign nationals should not participate in the protests because this was illegal and dangerous. Violations could result in deportation.
In the northeast border province of Nong Khai, immigration police put up a sign saying that if any foreigners were found to be involved in the demonstrations, their permission to stay in Thailand could possibly be suspended.