Police officers have arrested Hong Kong Media tycoon Jimmy Lai for allegedly colluding with foreign forces.
The police also raided his officers in one of the country’s high profile arrests made since China passed the controversial security law.
71-year-old Jimmy Lai is well known for his sentiments against the government that saw him get arrested back in January over allegation of intimidation and incitment.
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Reports from Chinese media stations, Mr. lai is reported to have been arrested over allegation of behind rumours and hate speech of the Hong Kong government for years.
The stations further claim that he was arrested alongside two other senior people during the dramatic arrest.
Police officers who arrived at the scene are reported to have searched some of the files in the building before arrested around 39 people.
They did not however mention his name but video’s making rounds on social media revealed the activities of the day as detectives escorted him to a waiting vehicle.