Thailand: NACC to probe gloves graft

The National Anti-Corruption Commission (NACC) has resolved to set up a panel to investigate the 112-billion-baht rubber gloves procurement case that involved a former acting director of the Public Warehouse Organisation (PWO).

The NACC called an urgent meeting to consider the alleged corruption in the rubber glove purchase and agreed to launch an investigation against PWO acting director Pol Col Roongroj Phuthiyawat and his accomplices after the commission found a lot of irregularities in their transactions.

The meeting also agreed to freeze two billion baht that the PWO had transferred to a bank account of Guardian Gloves Co, Ltd — a private company that signed the rubber gloves procurement contract with PWO.

The original full article can be found at bangkokpost.com

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