The Network of Students and People for the Reform of Thailand has denied any responsibility for the shots fired at an army patrol on Saturday night in Dusit district in which two soldiers were wounded, saying it was not the work of their guards as earlier reported, according to Thairath online.
The denial was made by NSPRT chief security guard Nasser Yima, referring to an incident which occurred at 9.10pm on Saturday.
It was earlier reported that five plaincloth soldiers on patrol on five motorcycle were shot at, possibly by NSPRT guards in Soi Likhit near the 1st Army headquarters and Wat Benjamabopit. Two soldiers - Chief Warrant Office Chaiyan Lekpong and L/Cpl Prasert Chansri - were hit and wounded. They were taken to Ramathibodi Hospital.
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