ศาสตร์เกษตรดินปุ๋ย : ขอบคุณแหล่งข้อมูล : หนังสือพิมพ์ The Nation
Boonsrang, who was installed to the head the committee by Prime Minister General Prayut Chan-o-cha, expressed confidence that he was up to the mission.
“I can study the matter, although I don’t know all the details from the very beginning,” he said.
Boonsrang has no direct background in the police force as he is a former supreme commander of the Royal Thai Armed Forces.
“On my committee are quality members from various backgrounds – civilian, police, and military,” he said. His 36-member committee will convene its first meeting today,during which, four subcommittees will be established.
Boonsrang refused to confirm whether members of the general public will be recruited into the sub-committees.
He said that people could always express their opinions through social media and methods.
Yesterday, he accepted a book on a police reform road map from Somsri Harn-anantasuk, who represents the people’s network on police reform.
Boonsrang said his committee will meet twice a week until solid progress has been made. “Then, we may meet just once a week,” he said.
Boonsrang said his committee would focus on completing its mission within the nine-month timeframe.
“Our mission will be useful to people and the National Police Office, including its junior policemen,” he said.