Thousands of people took to the streets in Bangkok, this student led the government

Bangkok performance

The Thai government has banned more than five people from being together. This restriction is not due to Corona, but due to the threat to national security.

 

Photograph of anti-government protest in Thailand

 

 

Bangkok : The Thai government prohibits more than five people from being together. This restriction is not due to Corona, but due to the threat to national security. However, at the call of a student leader, Bangkokians took to the streets and shouted slogans against the country’s king Maha Wazirlongkorn and Prime Minister Prayut Chan Ocha and asked the prime minister to step down. .

What is the whole matter ?

Anti-loyalty demonstrations are intensifying in Thailand. Police arrested the leader of the anti-government protests, Perit Chivarak and the lawyer Ernon Nampa. A case of sedition was recorded in Paris, after which a student leader Jutatip Sirikhan took the front and invited the protesters to take to the streets at five in the evening. After that, around thousands of people forcefully demonstrated on the streets of Bangkok. Protesters call for political reforms in the country.

Warning for young performers

Police repression is also very strong against these demonstrations in Bangkok. So far the police have arrested hundreds of people. Bangkok Deputy Police Chief Piya Tavichai said all protesters would be punished. He told children and young people who protested that they may have to pay the price for the show in the future as well. While more than five people are prohibited from gathering in Thailand, strict censorship rules have been applied to newspapers and online news channels. 

Request for resignation of Prime Minister Prayut

The main request of the protesters is to remove Prime Minister Prayut Chan Ocha from office and to bring political reforms to the country. Meanwhile, the European Union has asked the Thai government to protect the rights of protesters.

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