A REPORT by independent monitors on the transfer of 70 Vietnamese boat people from Victoria Prison to Kai Tak airport for repatriation yesterday said the operation went 'very smoothly'. They said they did not observe any resistance but two migrants were carried on to the plane wrapped in blankets. One was believed to be staging a passive resistance protest and was weak from a hunger strike. The other had been a hospital patient suffering cuts to his arms. The monitors said they did not see any force being used against the migrants and the only body contact was during body searches. The monitors were government appointee, Alexander Au Siu-kee; a representative of Christian Action, Jane Goodwin; and a representative of Oxfam, Sherman Tang Man-seung. The practice of having independent monitors on the repatriation programme was brought in after a report on the Whitehead raid and transfer.