Thankfully, no fatalities were reported. Only 5 persons were hurt while trying to escape the building, either from falling or from smoke inhalation. The neighborhood fire, which destroyed 30 homes, left almost 100 individuals without a place to live. People at the Bon Kai Youth Club have received some short-term temporary housing from Bangkok. The National Housing Authority will provide the homeless organization with a free initial month’s stay in one of the 100 available rooms. Residents will thereafter be required to pay 999 baht per month. PM Prayut Chan-o-cha, according to Thaweepong, is concerned about the victims and has ordered all pertinent departments to assist the locals as soon as they can. While their homes are being repaired, the locals must still find housing. Thaweepong Wichaidit of the National Housing Authority paid a visit to the Bon Kai Youth Club shelter today to see how the tenants were doing. In order to create temporary housing for the residents of Pron Praruang Prasit Housing, a government housing project on Sukhaphiban 5 Road in the Sai Mai neighborhood, the National Accommodation Authority collaborated closely with the Ministry of Social Development and Human Security, according to Thaweepong.

Residents have been advised to report any damage to their property and file a police report in order to obtain compensation, pay for repairs, and set aside funds for temporary housing. The Bon Kai Community on Rama 4 Road in Bangkok’s Pathumwan district had a fire on Tuesday. The Social Development and Human Security Ministry will help the families find alternative schools for their children because Porn Praruang Prasit Housing is situated around 30 kilometers from the Bon Kai region. People whose homes were destroyed in a fire in Bangkok’s Bon Kai Community have been granted temporary lodging by the National Lodging Authority. After the first month is free, residents will only be have to pay 999 baht each month, according to the administration.

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