Officers from Hong Kong’s disciplined services will fight for a pay rise of up to 7 per cent this year, representatives of the six branches said after a joint meeting on Thursday.The Police Force Council (PFC), Junior Police Officers’ Association and the Disciplined Services Consultative Council (DSCC) announced their demands before the city’s chief executive and her cabinet advisers decide on pay adjustments for more than 170,000 civil servants in June.The PFC represents all 33,000 police…