Chairman of the Thai-Indian Business Association and People's Democratic Reform Committee (PDRC) member Satish Sehgal has accused state agencies of treating him unfairly and wrongly claiming that he broke the law.
Satish Sehgal has accused state agencies of treating him unfairly and wrongly claiming that he broke the law. (Photo by Patipat Janthong)
The Interior Ministry's immigration committee has resolved to deport the Indian businessman and anti-government protester for defying the emergency decree. But Mr Sehgal has appealed against the decision.
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