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Seven protesters treated in hospitals following teargas firing

As of 10.30 am, Bangkok Metropolitan Administration (BMA)'s Erawan Emergency Medical Service Center reports on Thursday that seven anti-government protesters were sent to hospital after they were injured from tear gas fired by police surround compound the Thai-Japanese Stadium.

Four of them are sent to Rajvithi hospital, two are sent to Ramathibodi hospital and another protester was sent to Pramongkut hospital.

Centre for Administration of Peace and Order (CAPO) on Thursday defended police’s use of tear gas at anti-government protesters who tried to force into a stadium to prevent registration of candidates for the Feb 2 election.

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