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Police in India Hunt Murders Suspects Who Fled Thailand

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Police in India Hunt Murders Suspects Who Fled Thailand

Thailand’s national police chief believes Indian authorities will soon apprehend two Indian suspects in the murder of a Myanmar migrant, whose body was found chopped and kept in a freezer in Bangkok’s Bang Khunthian area over the weekend.

Pol Gen Torsak Sukvimol, commissioner-general of the Royal Thai Police, stated on Monday that authorities had requested the arrest of the Indian suspects through the Indian embassy in Thailand and that the two nations have a mutual extradition pact.

Police determined that both suspects fled the country before the discovery of the Myanmar man’s death on Sunday.

The national police head revealed that one of the suspects was a job broker who left Thailand for Chennai on Saturday. Police closely inspected recent arrivals in some countries under the government’s visa-free policy.

Since the programme began, Indians have been the largest group of tourists. Police were seeking influential visitors who could be involved in human trafficking, money laundering, or technology crime, all of which are serious issues in India, according to Pol Gen Torsak.

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Meanwhile, Pol Lt Col Chakree Ditjai, interrogative inspector at Tha Kham police station, stated that one of the murder suspects in the case was a 23-year-old Indian man named Sundaravel Pragadeesh Kumar, who owned a job placement firm.

According to witnesses, six Myanmar men arrived at the Thai border on January 11. On January 12, an Indian brought them across the border, and on January 14, they arrived at the suspect’s employment placement company on Sakae Ngam 35/3 Road. The shophouse was the scene of the crime.

Five of the Myanmar migrants secured jobs and had to pay 7,000 baht apiece for the placement, while the victim was held at the shophouse.

On January 19, the two Indian guys left the shophouse in a car at 6 p.m. They returned an hour later with a freezer. Both left again at 9 p.m. the following day.

Pol Col Lertsak Khiansap, chief of the Thakham police station, stated that the Indian man’s employment placement agency was registered and had been in the country for several years.

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