Paijit, leading a group of senior officials from the ministry, met the premier at the Government House Thursday to discuss the findings of an investigative panel, which led to the resignation of the Public Health Minister Witthaya Kaewparadai.
Witthaya on Tuesday announced he will quit his job to show the political responsibility after the government-appointed panel found "signs" of irregularities in the spending of the ministry's funds allocated to projects.
Paijit told reporters that in the nearly hour-long meeting, Abhisit assigned them tasks to thoroughly review the procurement plan.
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