NAKHON RATCHASIMA — The army has reclaimed almost 4,000 rai of public land spanning four tambons in three districts that allegedly has been exploited by a wealthy investor for two decades.
Authorities erect a sign at the Nong Kaew-Nong Kung public land warning encroachers they face maximum legal punishment for encroaching and exploting public land. (Photos by Prasit Tangprasert)
Soldiers from the 2nd Army Region's peacekeeping force and local police Monday revisited the Nong Kaew-Nong Kung public lands in tambon Nong Ta Kai of Sung Noen district, totaling about 1,900 rai, after their first visit a week ago. The team was accompanied by officials from the Office of Public Sector Anti-Corruption Commission.
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