Pol.Gen. Aswin Kwanmuang, Governor of Bangkok, and spouse had a site visit to inspect livelihood and alleviate hardship of people affected from the spread of Coronavirus Disease (COVID-19) in Bang Khen and Sai Mai Districts. In this regard, items donated by generous and altruistic people will be brought and distributed to people living in communities of all 50 districts in Bangkok. Today (March 15, 2021) the Governor of Bangkok visited Bang Khen District to deliver bicycles to students in the BMA affiliated schools, and to give consumer goods including rice, instant noodles, and canned fish, to people living in communities in Bang Khen district who received the donated items personally, totaling 500 households.
After that, the Governor of Bangkok visited people in Sai Mai district to listen to their problems and receive complaints. The problems faced by the people living in the communities that needs urgent actions of the BMA and related organizations includes traffic and transportation and waste management. They need pedestrian bridge or smart traffic lights for public safety and prevention of road accident. Some areas do not have access to mass transit buses which causes commuting inconvenience. Moreover, communities need more waste containers. In this regard, the Governor of Bangkok assigned the District Office to coordinate with other relevant organizations including utility organizations and local police stations to examine and solve the problems urgently.