His Majesty sends gifts as moral support to families of two defence volunteers killed by Narathiwat
His Majesty the King on Tuesday sent baskets of gifts to the families of two defence volunteers who had been killed earlier this month by insurgents in Narathiwat.
His Majesty had Narathiwat Governor Surapol Prommool visit Droning Muelee and Worawal Suemae at 10am.
Droning is the father of Muhammadhafisee Muelee, while Worawol is the deceased’s sister.
The King had the governor deliver a basket of gifts to the family to provide moral support for them at their house in Moo 5 village in Tambon Rico, in Su-ngai Padi district.
The defence volunteer was killed on August 7 while riding his motorcycle back to his post after he had been guarding a school in Moo 1 village in the district’s Tambon Todeng.
At 10.30am, the governor then represented the King to give a basket of gifts to Jehmusor Jehburaheng and Norisa Salamae, who are respectively the father and wife of Jehyunai Jehburaheng, also a defence volunteer.
Jehyunai was killed in the same ambush as had taken Muhammadhafisee’s life.
The governor represented His Majesty in visiting their house in Moo 6 village in Tambon Paluru, also in Su-ngai Padi, to provide them moral support.