Mae Sai, There are also criticisms of the young coach trapped in Thailand’s cave, and on the other side he is also receiving praise. Some people in Thailand believe that because of the coach, children are trapped in the cave today and the other faction believes that children are alive after so many days with the knowledge of the coach.
25-year-old Ekapol Chanthong is the Assistant Coach of ‘Wild Boars’ team of 11 to 16 year old children. According to officials, Ekapol took the boys to the cave on June 23. Due to heavy rains, the water was flooded in the cave and everyone got trapped there.
This team was searched last Monday by the authorities, where the children looked weak but they were safe. Now these children have been transported and a doctor is with them. However, Rescuers are still trying to figure out how to get rid of these children. However, Thai police officials have refused to reject the charges of negligence on the one-on-one.
Bangkok Post wrote in a report that the coach continued to provide water to the children. Coach gave water to the children falling from the cave wall and not filled with water in the cave. Not only this, the coach also gave them some food items to keep those children with them.
A Thai Navy Seal told the website Sanuk that the condition of Ekapol was worse than any other boy. CNN also printed such a report Ekapol also asked the children to meditate so that they remain calm and do not think about hunger. According to another report, Ekapol is orphaned and spent his half life in the temple.
There is a flood of ideas about Ekapol in Thailand on social media . Bangkok Post gave a headline of the news on this ideological difference born with the coach, ‘Lost Children: Hero or Zero?’ However, Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha has forbidden the people from reaching any conclusions at this time. He said that these children are heroes or zero … At the moment they need to emphasize the need to safeguard them.