Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra begins her four-day flood trail excursion to eight provinces, covering areas from downstream upstream to the north, to inspect flood prevention measures progress.

Ms Yingluck will chair a National Water Resources and Flood Policy Committee meeting before leading officials to Pathum Thani to inspect the Chulabhorn sluice gate and the flood control dyke along Khlong Rangsit.

After that, she will proceed to Rojana Industrial Estate in Ayutthaya to preside at a ceremony handing over financial support to build flood prevention dykes at six industrial estates and parks in Ayutthaya and Pathum Thani.

via PM kicks off tour to inspect progress of flood prevention measures.

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