A youthful enemy of government nonconformist who passed his own hand over while getting ready to toss a firecracker during the recent assembly has Covid-19, as indicated by police. Along with this, Pol Col Kissana Phatthanacharoen, delegate representative for the Royal Thai Police Office which was shared by 14-year-old dissenter tried positive for the infection while getting therapy for his seriously harmed hand in an emergency unit Ramathibodi Hospital.
He said the young person lit the huge firecracker close to Din Daeng convergence and it detonated before he could toss it. The effect blew away piece of his left hand. Along with this, Pol Col Kissana excused as phony news a report that police constrained the young person to hold the lit firecracker until it detonated.
A police source said the young person is an understudy in the non-formal instruction framework. His family couldn’t visit him face to face for wellbeing security reasons.
In the interim, Pol Lt Gen Pakapong Pongpetra, official of the Metropolitan Police Bureau, said yesterday 11 uproar police officers were harmed by firecrackers, ping pong bombs, glass marbles and stones on Wednesday.
The eight government vehicles and 12 police stalls and traffic signal control corners were likewise burnt during the counter government rally. A sum of 17 demonstrators were captured on Wednesday and at first accused of unlawful gathering causing agitation.
Pol Lt Gen Pakapong additionally said two men were captured for purportedly setting on fire a police detainee transport truck at Victory Monument at a previous meeting on Aug 7. Arthit Sakolwaree, 20, told police that he just tossed a ping pong bomb at the police truck, however the blast didn’t burn down it.
For this reason, Namchiaw Neamchan, 20, confessed to burning the police vehicle, as per the magistrate. The pair were accused of pyromania, illicit get together causing turmoil and disregarding the chief announcement on policy implementation in crisis circumstances and the Communicable Diseases Act.
Morever, Pol Lt Gen Pakapong said police held no hard feelings against the demonstrators and were attempting to maintain harmony and control. Nonetheless, he said lawful move would be made against the individuals who vandalized or harmed property.
It was accounted for that a few dissenters vandalized and harmed a part of SCB close to Victory Monument. On its social media page, the “Talu Fah” fight bunch blamed police for inciting viciousness at Wednesday’s assembly by separating their action.