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Move Forward MP recovering in hospital after collapsing in parliament

PHOTO: Thai PBS World

The condition of a Move Forward MP who collapsed in parliament during the PM vote is reported to be improving. Arnuparp Likhitamnuaychai, from the central province of Samut Songkhram, is recovering in hospital, according to a Thai PBS World report.

The MP shared a photo of himself receiving oxygen in a hospital bed on his Facebook page, thanking supporters for their concern.

“I’m safe now. I just changed my sleeping place. May I take a rest for now? Thanks to everybody for worrying about me.”

According to the report, Dr Tosaporn Serirak from the Pheu Thai Party rushed to help the Move Forward MP when he was seen collapsing during Tuesday’s PM vote. Medics were then summoned and CPR performed, after which an ambulance transferred Arnuparp to Vachira Hospital.

Yesterday, Move Forward MP Wiroj Lakkhanaadisorn took to Twitter to say he’d visited his colleague in hospital and that Arnuparp is improving under medical care.

“He has regained consciousness and is safe, but he must continue receiving medical treatment.”

In the May 14 general election, which was won by the Move Forward Party, 44 year old Arnuparp, a first-time MP, defeated five-time elected United Thai Nation MP, Rangsima Rodrasamee.

SOURCE: Thai PBS World

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