Political blow lands MP in scorching water: Move Forward Party member apologises for assaulting lady

Move Forward Party (MFP) Member of Parliament Sirin Sanguansin yesterday reached out and apologised to the sufferer of a bodily assault, and expressed remorse to voters disappointed by his actions.
The victim, a 26 year old woman, filed a criticism against Sirin at Borwin Police Station in Chon Buri saying the MP punched her within the face whereas they had been in a relationship. The lady added that Sirin additionally damaged her cell phone as properly.
Many people known as for Sirin to offer clarification because the concern was talked about by a quantity of news retailers on June 28. Responding to the public’s demand, Sirin took to Facebook to precise his remorse. He began by apologizing for the delay in his explanation. He claimed he had an accident and spent two days having treatment for an injury to his head.
In his apology message, Sirin expressed deep remorse for his actions, stating…
“I sincerely apologise for the incident. I regret what I really have done. I want to apologise to the victim, A, and in addition to her mother and father. I wish to apologise to all the people who voted me to be the MP. I am sorry to disappoint you all.”
Sirin expressed his willingness to undergo the authorized course of and an investigation held by the MFP. He said he agreed to simply accept the consequences of his actions.
Several information agencies reported that he physically assaulted the lady because he cared about her. Eye-opening denied this line spun by the press adding he had not spoken to the media concerning the incident and did not want to make an excuse for his actions
Some Thai netizens embraced his apology whereas many others called for his resignation from the MP position and departure from the celebration.
Aside from his political involvement, Sirin can additionally be a businessman, serving as an executive director of a automotive showroom in the Rama 9 neighbourhood of Bangkok.
Sirin joined the MFP as a candidate, replacing Jirawat Arunyakanon, who had resigned to hitch the Pheu Thai Party due to a difference in opinion regarding the proposed modifications to Section 112, also referred to as the lese majeste regulation.
ORIGINAL STORY: Move Forward Party MP accused of bodily assaulting girlfriend
A Thai girl filed a complaint in opposition to a Move Forward Party (MFP) MP claiming he physically assaulted her. The MFP has taken quick action by initiating investigations into the matter.
Screenshots of the 26 year previous Thai woman’s accidents immediately circulated on Thai social media after the posts appeared yesterday on her Instagram account. The posts contained pictures of a well being verify report along with seen wounds and bruises on the woman’s physique.
The health examine report concluded that the lady had sustained bruises and wounds all over her body, together with her head, eye, cheek, shoulder, chest, backside, hand, elbow, knee, and ankle. The pictures she posted show some of the bruises. In one other submit, the girl shared an image of a police station with a caption that said…
“If you dare to do it, you must also dare to face the consequences.”
According to a report on ThaiRat, the woman lodged a grievance against her boyfriend, who is an MFP MP, at Borwin Police Station in Chon Buri province on Tuesday, June 27. She alleged that the 27 year old man bodily assaulted her and triggered harm to her belongings.
The girl revealed that she and the man had been in a relationship for a few month before the incident occurred last Friday, June 23 at round 3.30pm. The MP picked her up on the Pattana Golf Club & Resort and helped her load her bags into his automobile.
Suddenly, for no reason at all, the MP grew to become livid and started shouting at her. After travelling on the Sai Yutthasart Road for a while, the MP allegedly punched her in the face. Then, he stopped the automobile and reportedly dragged her out of the automobile.
During the scenario, the woman was injured, and her cellphone was confiscated before he threw it away.
The woman revealed that she later realized that the man was an MFP MP after submitting the grievance. The man was reported to be the MP for the Wattana and Talingchan neighbourhoods of Bangkok.
The official Twitter account of the MFP yesterday announced that the party was conscious of the incident and thought of it to be a critical issue. The celebration already contacted the sufferer to gain more info and would convey the entire info to the party self-discipline committee and later make clear the investigation outcome to the public.
A similar case occurred in 2019, when the current leader of the MFP and future Prime Minister of Thailand, Pita Limjaroenrat, was accused by his ex-wife, Chutima Teepanart, of bodily assaulting her. The case was later dismissed by the court docket.
At the identical time, the Ruam Thai Sang Chart Party, also called United Thai Nation Party, had simply launched its very first marketing campaign referred to as, “Stop Violence Against Women.” The celebration secretary, spokesperson, and different MPs posted their photos on several social media platforms. They were in a stop gesture with a caption saying…

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