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Suthep shrugs off DSI graft probe

Dems chide ex-deputy PM for keeping silent

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Former deputy prime minister Suthep Thaugsuban says he is unworried about a corruption probe launched into a police station construction contract in which he was involved. 

The Department of Special Investigation (DSI) is investigating corruption charges in a project to build 396 police station offices and 163 police apartment blocks nationwide.

The scheme kicked off on March 25, 2011, when Mr Suthep was supervising the national police, and most of the structures have since been left incomplete and abandoned.

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