King is paying special attention to irrigation issues; Her Majesty thanks Thais for their overwhelming love
His Majesty the King’s health “has improved much” during rehabilitation at Siriraj Hospital, where he continues working on existing and new projects for the welfare of Thai people, Her Majesty the Queen said in a national address yesterday marking her 78th birthday.
The monarch has paid special attention to water reserves and irrigation, working on all relevant situations from drought in the dry season to flood prevention in the current wet season, the Queen told a 15,215-strong audience at Dusitalai Throne Hall in Chitralada Palace.
The Queen also talked about extensive rainmaking operations in six key areas to increase rainwater volumes where five key dams were situated. She cited the success of the royally invented rainmaking that was now carried out in Australia’s Queensland state with the King’s permission.