In Hong Kong, Democrat protesters slammed two police officers for the worst violence.
According to the news agency AFP, the situation took a serious turn when the police were trying to disperse the protesters while two police officers in plainclothes started talking to the protestors.
Meanwhile, a group of masked protesters attacked two officers with umbrellas and sticks, and the protesters suffered the worst violence until the officers were protected.
"We strongly condemn all riots and violent acts," police spokesman Ng Lok Chun said.
In a video that goes viral on social media, the organizer of the demonstration is asking officers on a microphone to show off their cards.
Both officers did not show their cards and were attacked by the protesters.
The rally organizer Vents Low said that the biggest responsibility for the clashes lay with the police because they were too late to reveal their warrant cards.
Police later arrested Vents Low for obstructing police affairs.
Immediately after the attack on the officers, police entered the area and fired tear gas to disperse the protesters.
In Hong Kong, violent rallies have been taking place for several consecutive weeks aimed at gaining independence and democracy from China.
It is to be noted that in 1991, the British handed over the city to China, since which China ruled here under a 'one country, two systems' framework.
Demonstrators say Beijing is tightening its control over the region, which they oppose, while Beijing, on the other hand, has refused to give up and warned it will take more stringent security measures.
Earlier, tensions in Hong Kong were exacerbated when a 22-year-old student was killed and injured during a police clearance operation.
In Hong Kong, protests against the passage of the bill to extradite the accused were launched, after which the government withdrew the bill, but protesters are still protesting and taking measures against the violence of policemen. Are demanding