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Panel wants cop stations deal scrapped

Contractor denies bid collusion, money trouble

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A police panel investigating irregularities in building police stations nationwide has decided it will ask the national police chief to scrap the deal with the contractor. 

The decision was made at a panel meeting yesterday after the contractor, PCC Development and Construction Co (PCC), failed to show a detailed construction plan for the project.

Pol Gen Worapong Chiewpreecha, the deputy national police chief who chaired the meeting, said the panel will wait for construction progress reports from regional police offices and the southernmost provinces before forwarding its recommendation to scrap the deal to the police chief.

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