Paramilitary rangers in Narathiwat, Southern Thailand

Nearly 2,000 insurgents ready to surrender to authorities


YALA: At least 2,000 former members of the Pattani United Liberation Organisation (Pulo) and Barisan Revolusi Nasional (BRN) who fled the country to avoid prosecution for attacks in the deep South have shown interest in joining the Fourth Army Region’s “Bring People Home” project.

The development was revealed Thursday by a 62-year-old former Pulo member, who claimed to represent a group whose members are taking refuge in Malaysia, Brunei and several Scandinavian countries and the Middle East.

Full story: Bangkok Post

ANUCHA CHAROENPO
BANGKOK POST

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