Yingluck goes home from barracks

Yingluck goes home from barracks

The National Council for Peace and Order (NCPO) released former prime minister Yingluck Shinawatra from an army camp on Sunday night, an army source said.

Ms Yingluck was allowed to return home from the 1st Division, King's Guard, near the Royal Plaza in an order signed by army chief and council chairman Gen Prayuth Chan-ocha, the source said.

The former prime minister reported to the NCPO on Friday and was taken into custody on that day.

A number of people detained by the council were also released, the source added.

Ms Yingluck was photographed exclusively by Bangkok Post reporter Wassana Nanuam as she was "detained" by Military Police last Friday.

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