The young woman from Arequipa who traveled to take over Lima was arrested in San Marcos and is missing

Those who last saw the young protester say that she is very thin and dehydrated

Ingrid Aguirre Ticona (30) left Arequipa for the capital on January 19 to participate in the ‘Taking of Lima’, as the great march demanding the resignation of President Dina Boluarte and the advancement of general elections was called.

He spent the night, like hundreds of protesters from different regions, in the Major University of San Marcos (UNMSM), until last Saturday when a contingent entered by force to evict them from the student campus.

The Police demolished the entrance of said university with a tank and broke into the campus. Hundreds of sheltered were later taken to different police facilities. One of them was Ingrid.

Relatives ask for help
Relatives ask for help

On Sunday the 22nd, she was released from the Directorate Against Terrorism (Dircote) and, since then, her whereabouts are unknown. She a day ago she was located by the manchay police stationbut escaped without his belongings or identity papers, according to a report from The Republic.

Those who saw her last say that she is very thin and dehydrated, and that she is possibly having nervous disorders and post-traumatic stress due to the arbitrary detention, which has been condemned by various human rights organizations.

Detained in San Marcos denounces mistreatment by the Police

Ingrid Aguirre He wears a black T-shirt, light blue jean pants, white platform sneakers, and a black backpack. She wears shoulder length hair, and glasses. Her relatives ask to report any information to the numbers: 997 120 094 or 941 052 094.

His sister indicates that, days before the disappearance, he called to let them know that he would return home on Monday the 23rd of this month. The Ombudsman’s Office and the National Human Rights Commission (CNDDHH) are following his case, but currently they have not found his whereabouts.

The young woman’s belongings and her identity documents remained at the Manchay police station and her cell phone is turned off. “My sister is very scared. She is always wanting to escape, she is very afraid, perhaps it is post-traumatic stress, ”the sister of the disappeared woman told her diary.

For the Ombudsman, the eviction affected fundamental rights. Among those arrested were students, women, two pregnant women, a girl, the elderly, people with disabilities and with medical prescription, as well as members of peasant and indigenous communities, whose mother tongues are Quechua and Aymara, “who would not have received any information about the reasons for his detention.

Protesters detained in San Marcos were released (Photo by Juan MANDAMIENTO / AFP)
Protesters detained in San Marcos were released (Photo by Juan MANDAMIENTO / AFP)

The general secretary of the General Confederation of Workers (CGTP), Gerónimo Lópezcondemned, for his part, the “criminalization” of the protest and the so-called “terruqueo”, alluding to the fact of accusing the demonstrators of a country that still feels the wounds of the terror that the Shining Path and the Tupac Amaru Revolutionary Movement (MRTA) between 1980 and 2000.

Meanwhile, the UNMSM Alumni Front demanded the resignation of the Minister of the Interior, Vicente Romero, and stressed that the protesters are not “willing to give in to recover the homeland.”

“We are not only talking about democracy, we are talking about the rights of our brothers (…) of the misunderstanding of a capital, of a centralized government that has put us off for decades,” said one of their representatives.

Amid the criticism, the Prosecutor’s Office ordered this week to open a preliminary investigation against Romero for the alleged omission of his duty in charge of that portfolio in the eviction, for which the head of state apologized.

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