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Chalerm denies gun attack link

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Deputy Prime Minister Chalerm Yubamrung has denied involvement in Saturday's gun attack on four cars belonging to the ASTV Manager newspaper. 

Mr Chalerm was the focus of media attention yesterday after Jittanart Limthongkul, ASTV-Manager Group's chief executive officer, said a close aide to a powerful figure connected to the police force could have been involved in the attack.

The deputy prime minister said he had nothing to gain from the attack and has never harboured any ill-will toward yellow-shirt leader Sondhi Limthongkul, the founder of the ASTV-Manager Group.

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