Saturday, February 4, 2023

Two days after the operation, the government of Sinaloa will send aid to Jesus Maria

CULIACÁN._ Two days after the capture of Ovidio Guzmán López in the community, the state government would send aid to the Jesús María Syndicate, at the same time when residents were not in contact and asking for help.

Governor Ruben Rocha Moya announced via his Twitter account that he would mobilize personnel from the State Health Secretariat and DIF Sinaloa on the instructions of President Andrés Manuel López Obrador.

The Civil Assistance Brigade of National Defense Secretary Jesús María will also participate, it should be noted that as of this Friday, according to Noreste’s visit, the army had surrounded the community.

“Our task is to guarantee the human rights of free transit and communication of the population, their right to access health services, as well as the protection of their dignity and integrity,” Rocha Moya said on his Twitter account.

He said the Federal Electricity Commission would repair the supply network to restore power service as soon as possible.

Hours after his statement on Twitter, Governor Rocha Moya reiterated the same information in a special message that interrupted Radio Sinaloa’s programming. Since the press was alerted to the said broadcast, the state government insisted that it was primarily a message to the community of Jesus Maria.

He informed that the caravan of services was made up of personnel from Army, Red Cross, DIF, among others.

“They go in with the idea of ​​taking care of them, restoring their normality, removing debris, lighting them up,” Rocha Moya explained.

He announced that starting Friday, Federal Electricity Commission employees went to explore the community.

“Now they are going to work directly with the employees so that they have electricity as soon as possible, after electricity comes the internet”, he said.

The governor asked the population of Jesús María to report the sick or injured to medical personnel traveling to the area in caravans.

“They’re not going to investigate, they’re not going to do any investigative work (inaudible), they’re going to do relief work, the police officers themselves and the military who see that there’s only the task of guaranteeing the human rights of citizens is, that they broadcast freely” said the state president.

“I am writing to you so that you have due confidence and we can restore normalcy.”

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