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PM asked to remove Tarit as DSI chief

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Relatives of people killed in political violence in 2010 on Tuesday submitted a letter to Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra asking her to remove Tarit Pengdith as director-general of the Department of Special Investigation (DSI). 

They were led by Payao Akkahad, the mother of Kamolked, a volunteer nurse and one of six people shot dead in the grounds of Wat Pathumwanaram on May 19, 2010, during the clearance of protesters from Ratchaprasong intersection.

PM's deputy secretary for political affairs Suporn Atthawong received the letter on the prime minister's behalf.

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