Police officers, staff and people visiting police stations in Thailand banned from using cannabis and hemp

7/7/2022 6:38:00 AM

Police officers, staff and people visiting police stations in Thailand banned from using cannabis and hemp

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Police officers, staff and people visiting police stations in Thailand banned from using cannabis and hemp

KUALA LUMPUR, July 7 — Thailand 's top cop has decreed the use of cannabis and hemp at stations and complexes under the police is prohibited despite being legalised for...

By Sylvia LooiThursday, 07 Jul 2022 11:33 AM MYTKUALA LUMPUR, July 7 — Thailand's top cop has decreed the use of cannabis and hemp at stations and complexes under the police is prohibited despite being legalised for use.The rule applies to police officers, personnel and people visiting police stations,

The Nationreported.In an order issued on Tuesday, National Police chief Pol General Suwat Jangyodsuk said the move was to prevent abuse of the plants, which were removed from Thailand’s narcotics list on June 9.The order added that the smoke and smell from cannabis and hemp could"create a nuisance" for people visiting government offices such as police stations.

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By Sylvia Looi Thursday, 07 Jul 2022 11:33 AM MYT KUALA LUMPUR, July 7 — Thailand's top cop has decreed the use of cannabis and hemp at stations and complexes under the police is prohibited despite being legalised for use. The rule applies to police officers, personnel and people visiting police stations, The Nation reported. According to him, the police have also set up two roadblocks at the junctions of Kampung Jerai and Kuala Kuang aimed at reducing the entry of unrelated vehicles into the disaster area. In an order issued on Tuesday, National Police chief Pol General Suwat Jangyodsuk said the move was to prevent abuse of the plants, which were removed from Thailand’s narcotics list on June 9. “So I would like to give advice to those with self-interests without feeling sorry for the flood victims who are in distress, please stop bothering the authorities by loitering in this disaster-stricken area without purpose,” he said. The order added that the smoke and smell from cannabis and hemp could"create a nuisance" for people visiting government offices such as police stations. SADA's corporate communications division in a statement informed that the water supply disruption in Baling, Kuala Muda and Kulim occurred due to the high turbidity of raw water due to the floods. The order also mandated station chiefs and supervisors to monitor the use of both cannabis and hemp among their personnel to ensure compliance with the law and to maintain a positive image. Earlier on Wednesday, messages had been circulated claiming that the two policemen had been caught at a nightclub and one of them was found with a bag of cash.

The current law prohibits the use of cannabis and hemp for recreation or using extracts that have tetrahydrocannabinol of over 0. - Bernama Article type: free. SADA’s corporate communications division in a statement informed that the water supply disruption in Baling, Kuala Muda and Kulim occurred due to the high turbidity of raw water due to the floods.2 percent of weight. The law also bans use of the plants by persons under 20 years old, those who are pregnant and nursing women. The move came in the heels of the announcement by Bangkok Governor Chadchart Sitthiphan last month that all schools under the Bangkok Metropolitan Administration must be cannabis and hemp free zones. The country's Education Ministry had on Monday announced a ban on the plants in schools nationwide.

Similar orders were also issued by the the Defence and Interior ministries that prohibit their personnel from using cannabis or hemp at military and government complexes. Advertisement .