Unexpectedly, there were around 4,800 group control cops that will be sent to deal with four enemies of government bunches that are set to hold rallies in Bangkok.
The gatherings are Redem, the People Go Network, Archeewa Mai Ao Phadet Kan which was Vocational Students Against Dictatorship, and Ploy Pheun Rao as per public police boss Suwat Jangyodsuk.
The Redem bunch intends to accumulate at Lat Phrao convergence, at that point walk to the Criminal Court on Ratchadaphisek Road. In the interim, the Ploy Pheun Rao bunch intends to stroll from the Lotus Rangsit branch to the eleventh Infantry Regiment central command in Bang Khen locale.
The People Go Network, which started a long walk from the northeastern area of Nakhon Ratchasima to Bangkok, will accumulate at Zeer Rangsit swap meet prior to walking to Kasetsart University. Along with this, Pol Gen Suwat cautioned that all exhibitions are prohibited by the crisis order forced to check the spread of COVID-19.
In fact, of the four gatherings, police were giving most consideration to the Redem gathering which was highlighted by the MPB chief Pakapong Pongpetra. The gathering had conflicted with revolt police and hostile to government dissidents before the first Infantry Regiment sleeping enclosure, King’s Guard and outside Din Daeng and Suthisarn police headquarters recently.
In spite of the apparent high danger, Pol Lt Gen Pakapong said the Criminal Court, where they intend to walk, had not requested extra police fortifications.
The police have been told to carefully follow swarm control measures and not to make any over the top move that is past the extent of the law.
Consequently, remarking on a dissent gathering’s arrangement to walk from the Tesco Lotus Rangsit branch to the eleventh Infantry Regiment base camp, flying corps boss ACM Airbull Suttiwan said yesterday that the gathering can in any case pass the Royal Thai Air Force (RTAF) central command on Phahon Yothin Road and there would be no unique safety efforts, just blockades set up.
Morever, the social pundit Sulak Sivaraksa who intends to join the People Go Network today to asked demonstrators not to depend on brutality and to show persistence.