Chaiyanat denies involvement in Yannawa pub management

The businessman under suspicion of drug and corruption offences, Chaiyanat Kornchayanant, has denied any involvement within the management of the Yannawa pub, the place 104 customers, mostly Chinese nationals, examined optimistic for medicine during a police raid.
Chaiyanat who donated 3 million baht (US$80,000) to the beleaguered Palang Pracharath Party could have landed the ruling party and considered one of its leaders, Prawit Wongsuwan in some very popular water.
But Chaiyanat insists he had nothing to do with the pub, and any media stories suggesting so have been false. Blacklisted has threatened lawsuits towards media retailers linking him to the pub.
Chaiyanat mentioned he’s a respectable businessman within the tourism sector. The property the place the Yannawa pub is located is owned by the Hainan Association of Thailand and was rented out to another celebration.
Pol Maj Gen Theeradet Thamsuthee said police have details about the pub’s proprietor but refused to share it with the media. He said police had been “gathering evidence” earlier than in search of warrants for those involved.
Theeradet assured that police would examine straightforwardly and transparently..

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