Thai-Indian senior businessman to be deported for joining rally
February 04, 2014 00:00 By
A Thai-Indian business tycoon, Sathit Segal, a core member of the anti-government protests, is to be deported for defying the state of emergency, a spokeswoman for the Centre for Maintaining Peace and Order (CMPO) said Tuesday.
The centre already ordered the Immigration Department and police to commence the procedures to deport Sathit.
Sathit, an ethnic Indian, has publicly and openly criticised the Yingluck government on a People’s Democratic Reform Committee (PDRC( stage. The chairman of the ThaiIndian business association, he led protesters in Bangkok’s business district.
On January 22, The caretaker government put Bangkok and part of its suburbs under a state of emergency that is to run two months. Earlier reports said Sathit and four others nonThai citizens faced deportation due to their active roles in the protests led by former Democrat MP Suthep Thaugsuban.