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PM begs people not to drink and drive

Dec 26. 2019
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By The Nation

Prime Minister, Prayut Chan-o-cha added his voice to calls for people never to drink and drive during an activity held today (December 26) at Mo Chit Bus Terminal in Bangkok.

“I want to change my name to Ching Jai [Faithful] because my heart [Jai] is devoted to helping the country to develop further,” he said.

“During these auspicious moments of the New Year, I want everyone to be careful on the road to reduce accidents and deaths. There are many differences in our society, but don’t see everything as difficult and have mercy on others since (sometimes) laws cannot not solve everything.”

He said that there are 3 pillars for happiness, calling them the 3Ls; Love yourself, Love family, and Love others. “When an accident occurs all three of these are broken, so stay sober and keep your speed down to less than 80-kilometres per hour.

“The government hopes to see 0 per cent accident even though that probably isn’t possible. My family is getting bigger every day with police and people. Therefore, I want people to be safe during the festival,” he said.

The PM also visited the exhibition and participated in an alcohol test, scoring, of course, a perfect zero.

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