126 Burmese migrants looking for jobs arrested in Kanchanaburi, Chiang Mai for illegal entry

Thai border authorities arrested 126 individuals from Myanmar for allegedly crossing the Thai border illegally on Sunday, evading the necessary quarantine and immigration screening. โซล่าเซลล์ราคาถูกคุณภาพดี arrested people had reportedly crossed into Chiang Mai and Kanchanaburi provinces. Four men and eight ladies have been caught in Sangkhala Buri District, while patrols found 38 men and 38 girls hiding in bushes next to a pineapple plantation in Sai Yok District on Sunday.
In Chiang Mai, the Fa Meuang pressure patrol discovered 19 men and 21 women in Fang District. Arrested individuals mentioned that they had meant to journey to Bangkok, Nakhon Prathom, and Samut Sakhon, for jobs that they had been promised. Some had paid or promised to pay high charges of 5,000 to twenty,000 baht to brokers to be able to get to Thailand. The job seekers had been set to be deported after legal processes.
Dozens of migrants have been detained nearly on a weekly foundation for crossing into Thailand illegally, most looking for jobs that had been promised to them. Just last Thursday, a total of 152 Burmese job seekers have been arrested in Kanchanaburi while another 17 were discovered on a long-tailed boat attempting to enter Ranong in southern Thailand..

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