BANGKOK, March 12 – A government spokesman revealed that the prime minister has ordered full facilities for those who qualify for the welfare card program, with more than 6.5 million people successfully verifying their identity.
On March 12, 2023, Mr. Anucha Burapachaisri, Deputy Secretary-General to the Prime Minister for Political Affairs Acting as a spokesperson for the Prime Minister’s Office revealed that General Prayut Chan-o-cha, Prime Minister and Minister of Defense command close Follow up and take care of all citizens who submit registration for the 2022 state welfare program, fully facilitating people.
According to the data on March 11, 2023 at 4:00 p.m., the number of people who have successfully verified their identities has accumulated 6,472,975 people out of a total of 14,596,820 people. 5,435 appellants whom the Prime Minister has instructed relevant agencies to continue to provide convenience for all citizens. so that qualified citizens are taken care of according to their rights
A government spokesman added: Prime Minister attaches importance to follow-up and continuously instruct relevant agencies to help facilitate the qualified people Including asking for cooperation from all 3 banks, Krungthai Government Savings Bank, BAAC across the country to fully facilitate the people. Including asking to open for service on Saturday-Sunday. extra convenience
“The Prime Minister closely oversees the facilitation of people who pass the qualifications for identity verification to participate in the welfare card scheme with concern. Close orders for all relevant departments to speed up care and facilitation for the people. Confident that it will be able to facilitate people who pass qualifications to verify their identity in time by March 2023 and can start spending according to the framework of the project that has been set from April 1, 2023 onwards, including thanking people for being confident in government work I am confident that this project will help, take care of, alleviate the livelihoods of all vulnerable people who have passed the qualifications during this time,” Mr. Anucha said.-
Source: Thai News Agency