Anti-government protesters tear down barricades during a demonstration outside Government House in BangkokThrough Amy Sawitta Lefevre and Martin Petty BANGKOK (Reuters) – Gunshots have been fired and an anti-govt crowd attacked motorcyclists and automobiles close to a stadium rally by supporters of Thai Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra on Saturday, as tensions boiled over amid attempts to topple her from power. A couple of people have been wounded when shots were fired as chaos erupted in Bangkok’s Ramkamhaeng house, where protesters armed with sticks attacked a bus and taxi and badly beat two people, police and Reuters witnesses mentioned. It was uncertain who had fired the shots and the way many people have been injured, Adul Saengsingkaew, national police commissioner-common, instructed Reuters. With a Sunday cut-off date set by way of demonstrators for the ousting of the government, police known as for military backup to give protection to parliament and Yingluck’s administrative center, Govt House, where protesters tore down stone and razor wire limitations beforehand of a deliberate move to occupy it.