Hong Kong people who use bows and arrows to attack the disabled

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 Hong Kong people who use bows and arrows to attack the disabled


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Overseas network, November 15 - Hong Kong police held a regular press conference on November 15. Cao Rongping, assistant director of the Hong Kong roads Department (New Territories), was invited to attend. Cao Rongping said at a press conference that in recent years, violent activities by thugs have been on the rise. Whats worse, some thugs have used bows and arrows to attack Hong Kong citizens who have been cleared of obstacles.

Cao Rongping, assistant director of the Hong Kong roads Department (New Territories), was invited to attend a regular press conference of the Hong Kong Police on the 15th, Wen Hui Po reported. Cao Rongping said that at 5:30 a.m. on the 15th, the road administration department received a notice from the Hong Kong Police asking for assistance in opening the North-South slow line of Tolo Hong Kong Road. The road administration department immediately took measures to drive the traffic, arranged the Contractors workers to narrow the road from a wide road to a driving line, and set up prominent signs on the road to remind drivers to be careful and slow down.

Cao Rongping said that when the disabled workers arrived at the bridge No.2 of the Chinese University of Hong Kong within 50-100 meters, there were mobs in black shouting at them. There were also mobs who openly drew bows and arched arrows at the scene. No one was injured at the scene. However, considering the personal safety of the public, the disabled workers left the scene temporarily until 11:00 p.m. after the police confirmed the safety of the scene, the disabled workers were able to slow down The line is open to the public. At present, there is a traffic line in the north and south direction of Tolo port highway, which is reopened.

The chief police officer of the public relations section of the Hong Kong Police, Xie Zhenzhong, strongly condemned the violent acts of thugs attacking the disabled with bows and arrows. Xie Zhenzhong stressed that many universities in Hong Kong have become mob bases, and the mob, centering on the University, once again vandalized the whole territory. The Police strongly condemned the mobs behavior of attacking and clearing the barricades with bows and arrows. Xie Zhenzhong said that the mob wanted to blackmail the whole Hong Kong people by blocking the road, and their plot would not succeed.

According to Hong Kong media previously reported that on the morning of the 14th, the rioters had three times to patrol the police archery. Hong Kong police said that although the incident did not cause casualties, it was fatal enough. Hong Kong police said they strongly condemned any act of endangering peoples lives and ignoring public safety, and called on Hong Kong citizens to pay more attention to safety when travelling.

Source: editor in charge of overseas website: Dai Wenjia, nb12498