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PAD'll stage big protest if police fail to find attackers on people

People's Alliance for Democracy (PAD) demanded on Tuesday that police took immediate investigation and arrest those who involved in the attacks at the Central World Shopping Complex, which injured four people on Monday.

PAD will submit the demand to Police Chief Pol Gen Kowit Wattana on Friday for police to find those who assaulted the peaceful protesters.

Pro-Thaksin groups attacked anti-Thaksin people who gathered at the shopping complex. Caretaker Prime Minister Thaksin Shinawatra was there to open an exhibition. Soon after he left, his supporters punched and kicked those who yelled, "Thaksin, Get Out."

PAD said they would wait for seven days, if police failed to arrest those attackers, they would stage a big protest.







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