Police are taking action in an attempt to forestall violence during the lead-up to the July 3 elections after the shooting of a former MP for Samut Prakan.
A policeman examines trajectories of bullet holes in the window of a car belonging to former Pheu Thai MPfor Samut Prakan Pracha Prasopdee, who was injured when a gunman opened fire on his car in Phra Pradaeng district on Tuesday night. SOMCHAI POOMLARD
The attack on veteran politician Pracha Prasopdee on Tuesday night has heightened concerns that the polls will be marred with violence. The shooting came just a day after the House was dissolved.
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