Lin Zheng-yue-e reprimanded the thugs for destroying the MTR: they could not destroy the MTR wantonly without life

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 Lin Zheng-yue-e reprimanded the thugs for destroying the MTR: they could not destroy the MTR wantonly without life


Lin Zhengyuee visited the citizens at Central Station: deeply saddened by the violence of the mob (source: original)

The Chief Executive of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region, Lin Zheng Yue-e, met with reporters before attending the Executive Council this morning (10). In her interview with the media, Lin described the recent crazy destruction of Hong Kong Railway by thugs. She reiterated that railways and airports are the lifeblood of Hong Kong. She called on the violent people to stop using violence and they cant destroy it because there is no life.

Lin Zhengyue-e said that Hong Kongs important shipping and railway hubs met the challenges of demonstrations last weekend and eventually the airport was able to operate smoothly. She thanked all concerned. In the case of railways, she described it as unfortunate. She explained that the railway system in Hong Kong has 90 stations, carrying more than 5 million people a day. It is impractical to protect each station.

Lin Zhengyue-e also said that the march on the 8th eventually led to the destruction of several MTR stations. She also inspected the Central Station yesterday (9th), and the Central Station quickly recovered. She said that railways and airports are the lifeblood of Hong Kong, and called on the violent people to stop using violence, not because there is no life, you can destroy it wantonly. She also described the mobs crazy destruction of the MTR, which has deepened social tear, contradictions and hatred. Therefore, violence must be curbed and social order restored as soon as possible.

Lin Zheng-yue-e, who inspected the damage inside and outside the Central Station on the 9th, posted a Facebook post in the evening saying that in recent weeks, rioters had vandalized Hong Kong Railway Station wantonly, and she was distressed by the devastation of the very important railway in Hong Kong.

Source of this article: Global Network Responsible Editor: Liu Yuxin_NBJS7825