For the third day in a row, feminist groups demonstrated at the facilities of Mass Transit System (STC) Metro of Mexico City, along with demanding more security for users to exit National Guard,
hooded women entering station facilities Fine arts And in protest mode they destroyed turnstiles, in addition to creating graffiti, under the gaze of elements of the GN who did not intervene.
“Get out, killers! They should be taking care of us instead of looking at subway users”, were some of the slogans heard by the protesters, who started giving free passage to users present at the site.
He also demanded justice from the officials of the capital for the death of yaretzi hernandezUNAM student, 18, who was the only fatality in a collision between two trains on Metro Line 3 in the section between stations the race and paddock,
Moments later at the end of the protest, users entered for free after turnstiles and part of the infrastructure were damaged at the Bellas Artes metro station on Line 2, which continues to provide service as normal.
National Guard removed the protester
During the afternoon elements of the National Guard detained a youth named hendrick ortegawho protested against the presence of the said elements in CDMX Metro’s facilities after the first day of surveillance work.
These incidents were condemned on social networks and accused of repression by uniformed officers, which the Secretary of Civil Defense (SSC) accused of painting, arguing the reason for the alleged arrests was: “PBI personnel gave civilian information to concerned officers.” because he had painted inside Metro facilities”.