10 Feb 2022
With tensions running high over the possibility of a protest being staged when HRH Princess Maha Chakri Sirindhorn visited Nakhon Sawan Province on 7 February, a police officer allegedly slapped a young man and forced him to sit down for the passing royal motorcade. A date-stamped video clip of the incident was posted by an activist, Phimchanok Jaihong. The Nakhon Sawan Provincial Cultural Office confirmed that HRH Maha Chakri Sirindhorn visited Wat Sri Utum Phon in the Muang Nakhon Sawan District on 7 February.
8 Feb 2022
At least 9 activists in Nakhon Sawan Province have reported visits and intimidation by police officers throughout the past week ahead of Princess Sirindhorn’s visit to the province on Monday (7 February 2022).
19 Jan 2022
A network of vocational school students in Nakhon Sawan said their members were followed by police officers when they set up a table for people to sign a petition to repeal the royal defamation law.
10 Mar 2017
Communication devices and the media have been banned from provincial consultation forums held by the junta to discuss political reconciliation, leaving the public no means to check whether reconciliation policies will reflect the people’s wishes. On 6 March 2017, the junta held the first of three provincial forums in Nakhon Sawa
14 Nov 2016
A fraudster has been arrested for lèse majesté after deceiving villagers into thinking she was a volunteer nurse under one of the late King’s royal projects. On 11 November 2016, police officers in Nakhon Sawan Province arrested Wandi Laikhlaidok, 48, for defamation, fraud and lèse majesté.
10 Dec 2015
A participant in the Bike for Dad cycling rally to honour HM the King has filed a lèse majesté complaint against Nakhon Sawan provincial authorities for giving him a fake Bike for Dad shirt. According to Thairath News, Banjong Lueadthahan, a participant in the Bike for Dad cycling rally from Mueang District of Nakhon Sawan Province, on Wednesday evening filed a complaint under Article 112 of the Criminal Code, the lèse majesté law, against the provincial administration of Nakhon Sawan Province.