Today (March 1), Cherprang Areekul, one of the members of BNK48, Generation 1, with family Came to contact to pick up the body of Chan Areekul, 19 years old, the younger brother who died in a condominium crash in the Thonburi area. Bangkok last night
pending document processing Cherprang stated that The family is not comfortable giving interviews and providing information to the press. As for the details of the case at the Metropolitan Police Station (Police Station), Samre, where Cher Prang raised his hand to thank everyone for their support for this loss.
Then, at 2:00 p.m., Cherprang and his family took his younger brother’s body out of Chulalongkorn Hospital, Thai Red Cross Society for religious ceremonies.
Cherprang once again told the media that he would like to thank everyone and asked for cooperation not to present inappropriate images and CCTV footage. because the family does not allow publishing Ready to thank you for all the encouragement again.
For the schedule of prayer and cremation, Chan Areekul, the family has set up a merit-making ceremony at Sala 6, Ratbamrung Temple, Soi Phetkasem 69, Lak Song Subdistrict, Bang Khae District, Bangkok. Today at 4:30 p.m. there will be a funeral service and at 6:00 p.m. funeral prayers And there will be prayers for Abhidhamma until March 4, 2023
On March 5, 2023, the body of the deceased will be cremated. The family asks for cooperation to avoid sending wreaths and fresh flowers to attend. due to limited space for the event along with asking for cooperation to refrain from making news at the event because the family asked for privacy
On the side of Independent Artist Management Co., Ltd., the agency in charge of BNK48, has issued a letter requesting cooperation from the media and those involved. with a message stating Asking for cooperation to refrain from presenting, publishing or forwarding pictures, videos and media related to Chan Areekul (Cherprang Areekul’s younger brother) in order to honor the deceased and Areekul’s family.
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