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Thai-Indian business tycoon to be deported for protesting

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Thai-Indian business tycoon to be deported for protesting

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Picture source: Facebook Satish Sehgal

BANGKOK: -- Thai gov't has ordered that a foreigner, the president of Thai-Indian business association, be deported for his involvement in the protests.

--New York Times 2014-02-04

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CMPO asks Immigration to deport anti-govt protest leader Satish Sehgal;

seek talks with PDRC to reopen Rama8 bridge Feb 6 /MCOT

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well so much for democracy.

You can be a part of our country, you cam make us money, but know where you stand...

you are not one of us! All men are not created equal, no inalienable rights here.

Clueless and disgraceful. Way to go PTP, your sort of only for Thai people after

their money of course. (pun intended) bah.gif

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If true it will be a great boost for Thai India trade relations... Not

Go Chalerm both feet in the mouth again.

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A foreigner in Thailand does not enjoy the same rights as a Thai that are provided by the Thai Constitution?

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trogers, on 04 Feb 2014 - 15:15, said:

A foreigner in Thailand does not enjoy the same rights as a Thai that are provided by the Thai Constitution?

NO

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What about all the Thai/Chinese who were protesting?

They are Thai citizens. This guy is a foreigner.

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rkidlad, on 04 Feb 2014 - 15:12, said:

What about all the Thai/Chinese who were protesting?

Which country are you living in?

For your information, they are Thai citizens.

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A foreigner in Thailand does not enjoy the same rights as a Thai that are provided by the Thai Constitution?

What on earth gave u that idea?

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what could possibly go wrong ...the Indian Thais are a massive power base here and can cause serious problems ...PT are complete xxxxxx

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rkidlad, on 04 Feb 2014 - 15:12, said:

What about all the Thai/Chinese who were protesting?

Which country are you living in?

For your information, they are Thai citizens.

Yes, I think the irony has gone over some people's heads.

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