Hong Kong protests: MTR disruptions planned for Lai King, Fortress Hill and Kowloon Tong train stations on August 21

A sit-in is also planned at Yuen Long MTR for the one-month anniversary of the attacks by a mob in white shirts

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Previous non-cooperative actions at the MTR have resulted in huge disruptions and passenger delays, such as this one at North Point station.

Netizens have planned a non-cooperation movement at Lai King, Kowloon Tong and Fortress Hill MTR stations, starting at 7.30 am tomorrow.

Organisers said if the government does not respond to their demands before September 2, they might consider staging the non-cooperation acts every week or even every day.

Meanwhile, a sit-in assembly in Yuen Long MTR station is set to take place from 7pm-11pm tomorrow. Organisers are calling for justice exactly one month after the "7.21" incident, where mobs in white t-shirts beat up people indiscriminately at the station on July 21.