From the evening of the same day to the beginning of the fifth day, Hong Kong ’s top secretary General Carrie Lam announced on the 4th that he had withdrawn from the revised “Fugitive Crime” that triggered a large-scale demonstration. Protesters who claimed that "withdrawal alone was not enough" continued protests at police stations and railway stations.
The demand for protesters expanded from June to three months when the protest began in earnest. In addition to withdrawing the amendment, the police are seeking to pursue police responsibilities, such as assaulting participants during the suppression of the demonstrations, and releasing detained demonstrators.
Hundreds of citizens gathered in front of the Mongkok Police Station and the railway station on the Kowloon Peninsula on the 4th night. He voiced criticism, saying, “Keep complaining” and “Police police”. Police units were dispatched and removed by dawn on the 5th.
“A lot of people have been detained and injured during this time,” said a woman of a cafe clerk who came to protest in front of a police station. Told. (Hong Kong = Hide Nishimoto)