The People's Alliance for Democracy remained firm to seal off all routes at its rally site inspite of pleas from police and directors of two schools, Panu said. Some 300 people have complained to police charging the PAD for violating the traffic law and causing public inconveniences.
PAD spokesman Suriyasai Katasila said the PAD would not relocate its rally site because of the lack of an alternative venue.
"Should the PAD move to Lumpini Park or a sport stadium, its rally will turn into an entertainment instead of a political protest," he said.
Suriyasai said the rally at Makawan Rangsan Bridge did not cause so much inconveniences to surrounding schools and road snarls as claimed by authorities.