CAT Telecom Public Company Limited has reported as much as 300 million baht in damage after suffering from an electrical cutout.

CAT chief executive officer Kittisak Sriprasert stated that demonstrators had closed nearby roads to the company’s Chaengwattana and Bang Rak offices which have rendered employees unable to work.

Reports show that on November 30 there were a group of people that infiltrated the demonstrations to cause damage to the company’s property with a specific objective to shutdown the electrical system. A total of 300 million baht in damage has initially been reported.

The culprits have not yet been caught as the police are still investigating the case. However, judging from the incident, it is evident that those who broke into the company were electrical professionals.

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