After thousands of pro-democracy protesters landed at Hong Kong International Airport, authorities on Monday ordered all flights out of the city to be suspended for a full day. Demonstrations are expected to be furious on Tuesday. India has issued advisory for passengers going to Hong Kong and stranded there. Until the situation at the airport becomes normal, Indian passengers have been advised to find alternative routes and stay in touch with their airlines to avoid inconvenience. The Indians who are already in Hong Kong and are waiting to come to India, stay in touch with their airlines.
For any problem, contact the Embassy of India on +852 90771083. People are angry with the government, due to which demonstrations continued for the fourth consecutive day at Hong Kong International Airport, one of the world’s busiest international airports. The airport authority tightened the security of the airport after two o’clock on Monday afternoon. Restricted access to the departure hall of Terminal 1. An hour later, thousands of protesters gathered in the arrivals hall and sat there. On Sunday, incidents of confrontation between protesters and police were seen in several districts including Tsim Sha Tsui, Sham Shui Po, Kwei Chung and Causeway Bay.