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Police troops to be stationed across Bangkok to monitor Saturday protest

By THE NATION

 

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More than 8,500 police officers will be stationed at 14 sites in Bangkok to monitor the student-led political rally on Saturday (September 19).

 

On Friday, assistant police chief Pol Lt-General Damrongsak Kittipraphat called on the national police force to send officers to the capital to help monitor the rally.

 

The officers will be divided into 57 groups and will be posted from 2pm Saturday until 2pm on Sunday at:

 

1. Thammasat University’s Tha Phra Chan campus

 

2. Grand Palace

 

3. Democracy Monument

 

4. Jor Por Ror intersection (Wisut Kasat and Ratchadamnoen Nok 2)

 

5. Intersection near Makkawan Rangsan Bridge

 

6. Intersection near Wisukam Narueman Bridge

 

7. Intersection near Dheves Naruemit Bridge

 

8. Suan Mitsakawan intersection

 

9. U Thong Nok intersection

 

10. Vajira Fire Station

 

11. Thewakam intersection

 

12. Phanitchayakam intersection

 

13. Saowa Ni intersection

 

14. Uphai Chetsaduthit intersection

 

Source: https://www.nationthailand.com/news/30394767

 

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Don't the pigs know that they must stand 2 metres apart !  I can see by the photo that they are only going to be there in a friendly role ! 

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1 hour ago, sotonowl said:

Is it all going to kick off I wonder.

is what going to kick off  ?   if you mean are they going out to protest ' then probably yes.

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19 hours ago, webfact said:

More than 8,500 police officers will be stationed at 14 sites in Bangkok to monitor the student-led political rally on Saturday (September 19).

To monitor a peaceful student protest .... a bit heavy handed one would say?

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5 hours ago, colinneil said:

A more accurate statement would have been 8.500 police stationed at 14 sites in  Bangkok to intimidate student protesters.

Hoping it won't go beyond intimidation!

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