By The Nation
The group also urged the government to release people who had been detained without being charged and to prosecute normally the cases if there is evidence of wrongdoing.
The TANC was referring to security operations in Bangkok’s Ramkhamhaeng area between October 10 and 15, which resulted in the detention of 44 students without charge. Most were later released, although five were transferred to Pattani’s Ingkhayuth Military Camp and one to Khlong Prem Prison.
Authorities have conducted similar operations periodically, with the latest one on Wednesday, when seven students were detained and a raid targeted a university’s Muslim student club, the group said.