Thailand Riots: Protesters reach PM office when police remove barriers

Eurasia News

Thai police have allowed protestors to reach Prime Minister Office and have removed barriers blocking anti-government protesters from entering the prime minister’s office.

At least three people have died and 230 were injured in a week of protests aimed at ousting Thailand’s government.

It may be mentioned that police cleared the barbed wire barriers protecting Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra’s office.

Prime Minister Yingluck was moved to a secret location on Sunday after activists stormed the police sports club where she had been staying.