Air Chief Marshal Prajin, former commander-in-chief of the Royal Thai Air Force, was admitted to Bhumibol Adulyadej Hospital on Sunday afternoon for treatment, spokesman ACM Monthon Satchukorn said.
His doctor has said Prajin would need five to seven days for treatment, the spokesman revealed, adding the deputy PM’s condition was not serious.
Prajin’s schedules from Monday would need to be cancelled, Monthon said. These include his presence to preside over a seminar on a draft law regarding registration of “life partnership” between same-sex couples and at an exhibition of Berlin Wall parts at the German Embassy.
Prajin was treated at a hospital in Sakon Nakhon on Saturday after suffering from back pain during his work-related trip to the northeastern province. He was later sent to Bhumibol Adulyadej Hospital in Bangkok.
Published : November 11, 2018
By : The Nation