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Police to deploy more female officers ahead of Saturday’s rally in Bangkok

Police in Bangkok say they plan to deploy more female officers to assist with crowd-control measures ahead of Saturday’s planned rally in the capital. The Royal Thai Police says most of those gathering at the Democracy Monument and the Education Ministry are expected to be students.

RTP spokesman Yingyos Thepjamnong says that, while protesters have a right to voice their opinions, they must do so within the confines of the law.

“The Metropolitan Police Bureau was ordered to deploy more female crowd-control officers to monitor the situation and prevent any violence that might occur. We understand that students have the right to express their political views, but they also need to respect the laws.”

Yingyos refutes claims that the water used in water cannons deployed by police at Sunday’s Sanam Luang rally was laced with chemicals. He also points out that,…

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