Prime Minister Yingluck has been asked to speed up the long-delayed compensation payment process to 30-40 communities affected by noise pollution from Suvarnabhumi International Airport
The residents submitted their letter of request through Airports of Thailand (AoT). They said compensation was promised under a cabinet resolution passed in 2006, but has not been forthcoming.
The group, led by Areeya Pomhathammakit, complained it has been more than six years since the Transport Ministry promised them compensation they were entitled to, under the Noise Exposure Forecast (NEF), so they could buy new homes.
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