▲ Armored police armored vehicles gathering in Shenzhen, China
As Hong Kong protests intensified against the "Criminal Indian Bill" (repatriation law), armed police armored vehicles and water cannons gathered in massive numbers in the Chinese city next to Hong Kong.
According to a Hong Kong-listed report on Sunday, a large-scale gathering of armored vehicles and water cannons gathered by armed police on Sunday, in Shenzhen alone, between Hong Kong and the sea.
A Chinese netist posted, "There are over 200 armored artillery and armored vehicles from Shenzhen." To find out what you want to do, see Communist Youth (Public Hearing) Weibo (Chinese version of Twitter). .
The same day, a public official under the Chinese Communist Party stated in a Weibo official account that "People's armed police units can suppress social safety-related events such as riots, riots, violent crimes and terrorism.
Chinese netizens claim that video recordings of armed police armored vehicles are gathering in China under tight Internet control, and it is no coincidence that public officials posted such articles on social media the same day.
It is analyzed whether the central government can intervene in Hong Kong's protest against repatriation law, which is intensifying and that anti-Chinese sentiment is even stronger.
Following the incident that damaged the Chinese national emblem and abandoned the Chinese flag Oh Sung Hong in the sea, protesters showed strong feelings of antipathy as they damaged the statue of the Golden Bohinia presented by the central government in 1997 to commemorate the return of Hong Kong sovereignty. .
At the rally held in Victoria Park, people also noticed the Chinese characters and flags with the phrase "香港 獨立 HONG KONG INDEPENDENCE", which means Hong Kong independence.
Tianfeilong Beihang University professor, Hong Kong expert, said in a recent meeting that "The 18th Hong Kong Basic Law says that mainland police and armed police can also be used in case of an emergency." "He said.
Article 18 of the Hong Kong Framework Act allows the Chinese central government to intervene in Hong Kong based on applicable law when a “emergency” poses a threat to national security or unification due to confusion outside of Hong Kong's control.
Some say that the gathering of the armed police forces is training to prepare for the 70th anniversary of the founding of New China on October 1. On board.
In the anti-riot training on Thursday, 1,500 Shenzhen police trained 2,000 protesters in black shirts and helmets, similar to Hong Kong protesters.
(Photo = Internet, Yonhap News)