Thailand Protests, Thousands Hit the Streets: Thousands of protesters took to the streets against the monarchy in Thailand, see VIDEO

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Thailand Protests, Thousands Hit the Streets: Thousands of protesters took to the streets against the monarchy in Thailand, see VIDEOPeople performing in Thailand (Photo Credit-ANI)

There has been a demand for the last three months to restore democracy in Thailand by abolishing the monarchy. But now this protest has started reaching its peak. This protest can be gauged from the fact that thousands of people are now coming out on the streets and showing their views as demonstrations. Thousands of protesters protested near Victory Monument in Bangkok demanding the restoration of democracy by abolishing the monarchy. During this time he also ignored the corona virus crisis. At the same time, the video of the protests in Bangkok is becoming viral on social media. In which it can be seen that how people have gathered.

Let us know that for the last three months, the protesters have been protesting against the demands of the monarchy and for many reforms in the country. Its partners are demanding the resignation of the protesting Prime Minister, Prayuth Chan Ocha. The demonstrators claim that it does not work properly in a democratic system. Therefore, there should be a new constitution and elections with the removal of Prime Minister Prayuth Chan-okha. Also read: – Islamabad: Pakistani PM Imran Khan is facing a serious attack of opposition parties, PDM warns, said – Imran government’s countdown starts.

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Emergency has been declared after the protests against Prime Minister Prayuth Chan Ocha. Thailand is also struggling with the Corona crisis at this time and the people there are now on the streets, they say that the government is not finding a solution. Rather corruption is increasing in the country. At the same time, police is using force to stop the protesters. Along with this, a large number of security personnel have been deployed to stop the mob. (input language)

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