By THE NATION
She was arrested by Crime Suppression Division officers for violating the emergency decree and was taken to court at 10am.
The bail required no collateral.
She was among a procession of protesters who submitted a resignation letter for the prime minister to sign. The letter was handed to the premier's deputy secretary for political affairs Prateep Keeratirekha.
The arrest came after a warrant was granted by the Pathumwan Municipal Court.
According to a report, Pasarawalee said she was not scared of being prosecuted but the arrest was unfair.
She was sent to Border Patrol Police Region 1 in Pathum Thani.
Police have asked the court for 11 more warrants to arrest leaders of those who participated in the political rally at Bangkok’s Ratchaprasong Intersection on October 15.