The week closed with episodes of incredible violence in entities of the country. On Thursday afternoon there were clashes in Juarez Cityand this Friday in several points of Lower California Y Guanajuato Vehicles and transport units were burned.
These were registered, in the case of Baja California, in the municipalities of Tecate, Rosarito, Ensenada, Tijuana and Mexicali. However, Tijuana was the most affected, since 10 burned vehicles were reported.
And as if that were not enough, in Baja California a message supposedly sent by the Jalisco New Generation Cartel (CJNG), in which they announced that will impose a curfew on the state.
In this they warned that it was imposed from this Friday night and will last until 03:00 on Sunday morning so that the government release its members.
“Just to let you know that the curfew opens this Friday, Saturday and Sunday from Friday at 10:00 p.m. until Sunday at 3 a.m., we are going to make a mess so that the fucking government frees our people. ”
The message circulated through social networks, however it was also broadcast on a local news program, 45 PSNin which the driver Yohana Gilvaja, read the message supposedly from the CJNG.
“We are the Jalisco cartel, a new generation, we do not want to hurt good people, it is better that they do not go out we are going to raise up everyone who is seen those days on Puro cjng street”, warns the threat of the cartel.
However, this message also circulated in Parral, Chihuahua and Colima, although its origin is unknown.
Despite this, the mayor of Tijuana, Montserrat Knightthrough a message shared by the social networks of the City Council of the border city, called on Tijuana residents to carry out their activities in a “peaceful manner.”
“So we tijuanenses let’s continue in a peaceful way with our activities because no criminal is going to come to restrict our freedom and our peace of mind”, assured the mayor.
But even with the mayor’s message, around 11:00 p.m., the United States embassy in Tijuana called on its compatriots to stay safe after learning of the reports of violence in Tijuana, Mexicali, Rosarito, Ensenada and Tecate.
Similarly, messages have circulated from institutions mentioning that they will remain closed and urging the population not to go out into the streets.
Information in development…