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Showing posts with label Hong Kong #Metoo. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Hong Kong #Metoo. Show all posts

Monday, 17 February 2020

Hong Kong #Metoo


A few thousand individuals have come out on streets in Hong Kong to challenge asserted sexual savagery by police during the previous long periods of shows. 



The rally was charged as a #MeToo occasion, resounding worldwide dissents to end rape and badgering. 

Coordinators said around 30,000 individuals visited, while police put the figure at 11,500, nearby media state. 

Hong Kong Police said they regarded the privileges of individuals in confinement and had not gotten formal grumblings. 

At Wednesday's rally, a few participants told the group they had been abused by cops. 

As per the South China Morning Post, one lady separated in tears as she blamed police for leading a pointless strip-search. Police authorities had denied her claims on Tuesday, saying their video film did not bolster her record. 

Another speaker said her clothing had been uncovered while she was hauled away by police, and said officials offended her and called her a whore. 

"I revealed to them I was wearing a dress and requested that they let me walk. Be that as it may, obviously, they played hard of hearing," reports cited her as saying. 

"I am not embarrassed about discussing what happened that night since I didn't commit any errors. I am not a weakling. I needn't bother with individuals to feel for me." 

The counter government mobilises in Hong Kong have every now and again swelled into brutality among police and activists, with wounds on the two sides. 
As police discharged gas and slugs, activists retaliated by tossing blocks, firebombs and different items. On Wednesday, police said 900 individuals had been captured since the challenges started. 

Demonstrators have over and over blamed the police for severity, and are requesting a free request. 

At a different challenge sorted out by the Hong Kong Confederation of Trade Unions, many individuals reprimanded Cathay Pacific Airways for expelling staff who partook in or upheld against government mobilises.