The masses moved to Din Daeng intersection.
Police freeze before traffic
Asking for a mob not to incite
19 Jun 2022 17:43
The masses marched from the Victory Monument to the Din Daeng intersection, with police stranded before the traffic opened.
Ask for a mob to do activities on the sidewalk.
On June 19, 2022, reporters reported the atmosphere at Phaya Thai Island.
after the mass group changed the meeting point
from the original date at the Democracy Monument
which has police officers to be pinned to prepare to deal
but there is no public
The Victory Monument has recreational activities.
Singing songs interspersed with speeches
And announced that there will be a gathering for walking and riding motorcycles to the Din Daeng intersection.
with the destination being the home of
General Prayut Chan-o-cha, Prime Minister and Minister of Defense
at the 1st Infantry Regiment, Mahadlek Rajawanlop, guarding the King
At 5:00 p.m., the masses line up at Phayathai Island.
There was shouting and went out on foot, moving the procession towards Ratchaprarop Intersection.
with a destination at Din Daeng intersection
which while marching, there was shouting the words
"Leave it for us", "Prayut leave" and "Cancel 112" by occupying one traffic lane while there are still people's cars roaming normally.
and arrived near the Din Daeng intersection at 5:17 PM.
At the same time, the police have already brought forces to block the Din Daeng intersection.
by fixing rows in front of the board before reaching under the Din Daeng Expressway
to prevent the masses from passing by
causing traffic to be partially closed by default
The officials also announced the law.
and cancel the gathering from now on
Ready to ask the media to get on the sidewalk and open traffic at 17.25, allowing the car coming from the Din Daeng flat to come straight.
and turn right to Vibhavadi Rangsit Road, outbound, ready to ask the masses not to incite, incite, insult and ask them to do activities on the sidewalk only until 17.30, the event is still peaceful
However, it was found that the participants were adults who demanded the release of the detainees.