The protesters of Thai attacked the police tossing blue paint on them and yelled at the regal motorcade of King Maha Vajiralongkorn after 21 demonstrators were captured in front of a new round of against government shows on Wednesday. The protesters were shouting ‘release our companions’ as the lord’ vehicle cleared past in a presentation of a dispute concerning the government that does not have a contemporary preference in Thailand. some of them has taken off during the protests on Tuesday, a protest leader Jatupat Boonpattararaksa, a singer Chaiamorn Keawwiboonpan. The individuals who were kept inside would be charged fittingly, police said.
“The dissidents might not have watched the law today, so police needed to act to bring request and didn’t act lopsidedly,” government representative Anucha Burapachaisri told the Reuters News Agency.
Why The Protesters attacks the police
Dissenters are requiring another constitution and the expulsion of Prime Minister Prayuth Chan-Ocha, a previous military government pioneer. the protesters have also asked for the control on the forces of the government, breaking a long-standing no-no against scrutinizing the imperial family, which numerous individuals actually respect.
The palace has not reacted to demands for comments on the fights or requests for regal change. Prior in the day, hours before the imperial motorcade was because of pass Bangkok’s Democracy Monument, dissidents had pressed facing a police line and some tossed blue paint. the police pull down the canvas which was arranged for the protesters and dragged some dissenters into the police van.
After the difficulty, the illustrious motorcade passed by on the opposite side of the road. Dissidents lifted their hands in the three-fingered salute embraced by hostile to government campaigners and requested the arrival of those confined.”This is the grotesqueness of feudalism, where one individual can do anything and most individuals need to acknowledge it unequivocally,” Parit “Penguin” Chirawat, an understudy chief, said on Twitter.
The top moving hashtag on the web-based media stage in Thailand, utilized more than 1.5 multiple times, offended the ruler.