Malaysia palms three suspected insurgents to Thailand following peace talks

Officials in southern Thailand advised reporters that Malaysia had delivered three suspected militants on Wednesday after Thai authorities and rebel teams completed their negotiations. Reports say it was their first in-person peace speak in practically two years.
The uncommon handover marked the first official switch of convicts linked to the ethnic and spiritual separatist insurgency in Thailand’s Deep South area near the Malaysian border in nearly 25 years.
According to the Internal Security Operations Command of Thailand, authorities had taken custody of three suspected insurgents who fled to Malaysia after perpetrating crimes within the Deep South. Reports say they have been caught by Malaysia’s sixth Infantry Division on illegal routes close to Durian Burung, Kedah State last month.
Authorities mentioned the three suspects had legal records and identified them as members of Runda Kumpulan Kecil, a fight squad for the Barisan Revolusi Nasional rebel group.
Further investigation has been launched by the police into the insurgents who communicate Malay and have been known to seek refuge over the border for a really lengthy time.
โซล่าเซลล์ราคาถูกคุณภาพดี took place on the Sadao border crossing in southern Songkhla province, on the Thai-Malaysia border. Both parties claimed that the handover had nothing to do with the peace talks.
The president of a civil society group in Southern Thailand, The Patani, said, “We don’t have any indication if the handover of the three was linked to the peace talks, or that the trio was against the talks.”

According to sources, the last rebels that Malaysia turned over had been three main commanders of the PULO rebel group in 1997..

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