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Bangkok : Thailand | Oct 16, 2011 at 7:23 AM PDT
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Flood Relief Work in Thailand - UThaithani Part (1) AMGT

BANGKOK:Thai people are very upset due to Floods came .It has destroyed the economy of Thialand.Industrial estate has been totally collapsed.More than 297 people have been kiled since late July and also about $3 billioin loss has been so far.Now there is news of one biggest flood outside the capital,which has so far escaped the wrost despite heavy monsoon rain and water streaming towards it from the north.People are very upset as whole life is disturb.Houses,shops and offices are with water.No life in restaurants there.No tourism signs in these days.One third part of the country is under water but officials are denying to accept this reality.They are believing on this that low-lying inner Bangkok will be spared after the strengthening of its systemof defensive dikes and canals.Govt says wer are doing operation to correct each and every thing but people are not satisfied with their efficiency.When you talk with People they say we are in trouble.Where is World ? Who will come to help us.Where is United Nation?.They should come to help Thai people.Now Govt saying that it's quite ceertain that water will not flood Bangkok.Ayutthaya, Pathum Thani and Nakhon Sawan provinces north of Bangkok have been devastated. Floods have damaged the houses ,industrial places and including the Bang Pa-In estate in Ayutthaya on Saturday.Another estate, Factory Land in Ayutthaya, which has 93 factories employing 8,500 employees, flooded in the early hours of Sunday.So there is need of help at international level.World must help Thai people.


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