Phuket police chief inaugurates Punrak cafe at immigration office

National Police Chief Damrongsak Kittipraphat just lately inaugurated the ‘Punrak Cafe’ at Phuket Immigration Office in Phuket Town, with immigration officers from across the island welcoming the country’s prime police basic.
Several high-ranking officers arrived on the island for the event, including Immigration Bureau Deputy Commissioner Phanthana Nuchanart, Immigration Division 6 Commander Praphansak Prasarnsuk, Immigration Division 6 Deputy Commander Chalermchon Laemthong, and Sumana Kittipraphat, President of the Police Housewives Association. Local Phuket representatives additionally attended the occasion.
Damrongsak defined that the Punrak Cafe branch in Phuket is the fourth to open within the nation, with present branches in Hua Hin, Prachuap Khiri Khan, and Chiang Rai. An further two branches are expected to open later this 12 months.
Endorsed is a half of a welfare initiative by the Police Housewives Association, aimed toward creating opportunities, encouraging income technology, and enhancing the standard of life for police officers. Damrongsak also highlighted the comfort the cafe provides to foreigners who use the service, reinforcing the constructive picture of the group.
Sumana shared that the first Punrak Cafe outlet was launched in 2020 under the steering of former national police chief Suwat Chaengyodsuk. The basis idea is “Punrak,” that means “share love.”
Unique to the Punrak Cafe shops, the espresso served is created from Arabica beans launched to Thailand by King Bhumibol Adulyadej (Rama 9) under his Royal Project. The challenge was initiated in the 1970s and aimed toward providing alternative sources of income for these in Thailand’s far north, who beforehand relied on rising poppies for opium production reviews Phuket News..

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