Written by: Yuan Shu, Huang Yingjin
2020-07-03 17:05Date of last update: 2020-07-03 17:11
During a parade on July 1, a police officer was stabbed from the back after being stabbed with a short knife and wounded with blood on his left shoulder while subduing demonstrators near Causeway Road near Causeway Bay near Victoria Park in the afternoon. The Police Support Alliance this (3rd) afternoon at the Kwun Tong Police Station "Consolation to the injured police officer and severe punishment for the black heart doctor
There were dozens of people attending the "Nursing" rally; and the entourage also went to the Hospital Authority. They held banners and shouted slogans, asking the Hospital Authority to "badge" medical staff with inappropriate comments.
Mr. Cai, a member of the Union, spoke to the injured police officer. (Photo by Yuan Shu)
The Police Support Alliance launched a rally at the Kwun Tong Police Station this (3rd) afternoon. About dozens of members attended. They held up slogans and chanted slogans to support the police. Mr. Cai, a member of the police support coalition, said that July 1st is a day to celebrate the return, but he saw that police officers were injured and many citizens felt heartache. They especially cheered on the "Blasting Sir" who was injured by the demonstrators earlier.
The person in charge said that more than 40 people had signed up for the rally, but there were also people who voluntarily attended the scene, and the Police Major League sent letters of condolences, fruit baskets, bird nests, etc. The police received a representative. The person in charge said that the assembly had already notified the police station in advance, "Well, no more than 50 people need not apply for a notice of no objection."
Police supporters meet in front of the HA. (Photo by Huang Yingjin)
After consoling the injured police at the Kwun Tong Police Station, the "Grand Alliance for Police Support" went to the Hospital Authority to continue the "Consolation for Injured Police Constables and Severe Punishment for Blackhearted Care" rally. Holding banners and shouting slogans, they asked the HA to "nail" the medical staff involved, "to return a clear spring to the HA, and a happy land in Hong Kong."
The Police Support Alliance said that some medical personnel made inappropriate comments on social networking sites about police injuries, and put political opinions before the injured, which violates medical ethics. The person in charge said that he hopes to fight for justice for the injured police and get justice. Some people who participated in the rally believed that the medical care involved violated the rules of professional doctors, which shamed the loyal frontline medical staff, and hoped that the HA could detect the medical staff involved, remove the tumors, and rebuild the public's confidence in the medical staff.
The HA representative (right) received the letter. (Photo by Huang Yingjin)
Ms. Zhang Meifen, a convener who has participated in many police rally meetings, said that medical staff should be "hearted and kind" and "caring". She was terrified by the medical staff's remarks on the Internet. She hopes that all medical staff will abide by the oath and urges the President of the Hospital Authority to severely punish the medical staff involved. Later, the Hospital Authority sent representatives to answer the letter.
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