(Istanbul) Turkish police arrested more than 200 people on Saturday who tried to march for 1Is Although demonstrations were banned due to the coronavirus epidemic, May in Istanbul.
AFP correspondents said protesters were arrested as they tried to reach other areas, including Taksim Square, the site of the protest, as well as the famous Istiklal Avenue.
The Islamabad governor said 212 people had been arrested in the service.
A group of police shields to push back violently, and dragged him to the ground and some protesters, AFP, according to the correspondent.
Turkey has been enforcing strict controls since April 29 as it is killing a record number of patients every day due to the third epidemic wave. Authorities say 394 people died Friday from COVID-19.
Arrests on Labor Day from 1 p.m.Is May be common in Turkey.
Meeting place at Taksim Square 1Is On May 1, with frequent clashes, there were 34 deaths on the 1stIs May 1977, a time of turmoil in modern Turkish history.
Local media reported that at least 11 people were arrested in Ankara after attempting to march on Saturday.