Written by: Ling Yide
Last update date: 2021-06-12 16:56
Today (June 12) is the second anniversary of the Anti-Revision Movement in 2019. Earlier, some netizens called for a "re-gathering" on the streets of Causeway Bay tonight. The news stated that the police deployed about 1,500 police guards after assessing the situation, including in Causeway Bay and Mong Kok. Tuan heavy soldiers.
Following the 32nd anniversary of the Tiananmen Massacre last Friday (4th), the police set up roadblocks in three cross-harbour tunnels towards Hong Kong Island to intercept suspicious vehicles. At 3 o'clock this afternoon, the police once again went to the Hong Kong Island-bound tunnels at the Red Tunnel, West Tunnel and East Tunnel. A roadblock was erected at the entrance, and the current traffic congestion on the site.
Police set up roadblocks at the entrance of the Red Tunnel to search for vehicles.
(Photo by Yu Ruijing)
Police erected roadblocks at the entrance of the Western Harbour Crossing towards Hong Kong Island and blocked three of the lanes.
(Photo by Chen Aoqi)
"Hong Kong 01" inspected the entrance of the Red Tunnel to Hong Kong Island in the afternoon. Police officers erected roadblocks at the entrance of the tunnel. In addition, they also intercepted the public ID card at the bus stop and boarded the bus for inspection.
At the entrance of the Eastern Tunnel to Hong Kong Island near Lam Tin, police also set up roadblocks. There was one lane left, and all vehicles were driving slowly.
Earlier, some netizens called on social platforms to gather again on the streets of Causeway Bay at 7 pm tonight. The news stated that the police headquarters was reorganized in response to the 32nd anniversary of the Tiananmen Massacre and the first echelon of the five major regional response teams, with a total of about 1,200 police officers. In addition, at least 300 other troops are also on standby. Most of the police force will be concentrated in Causeway Bay, where people have called for reunion, and Mong Kok, where skirmishes have occurred from time to time.
In addition, other districts will also step up patrols at high-risk locations.
Anti-Revision Demonstration Police Service