The Peruvian authorities blamed the deadly violence on the dissident factions of the Maoist rebel group Bright Way.
Death toll attack Authorities said on Tuesday that in a remote mountainous area in Peru, the country has risen to 16 because the country’s interim president has vowed to take responsibility for those killings with “impunity”.
The Peruvian authorities blamed the deadly violence on the dissident faction of “Luminous Way”, a Maoist movement that fought the government in the 1980s and 1990s.
Interim President Francisco Sagasti told reporters: “We are making every effort to deploy the police and the army to effectively combat this plague.”
“We know this is a rugged terrain with many gullies, and narcotic terrorists know this very well.”
Villagers-including at least two children-were killed in San Miguel del Ian, a valley where coca is grown, an area where members of the Shining Path team are located.
Authorities claim that the Valle de los Rios Apurimac (VRAEM) mountainous area of Ene and Mantaro is where cocaine is produced, and the proportion in South American countries is 75%. The police accused the “Luminous Road” of acting as a “bodyguard” for drug dealers.
The attack happened less than two weeks ago. The Peruvians will conduct a poll in the presidential election, allowing leftist leader Pedro Castillo (Pedro Castillo) and the arrested former President Alberto Fujimori (Alberto Fujimori) to conduct a poll. )’S daughter, right-wing candidate Keiko Fujimori (Keiko Fujimori) clashed.
In the early hours of Monday morning, neighbors were wary of the crime, and the police found bodies in two bars on both sides of a small river, some of which were burned.
Sagasti has ordered police and soldiers to go to the area, and a special “terrorism” unit has been ordered to investigate the murder.
Sagasti said: “Many years ago, we defeated them in other parts of the country, but (Glory Road) is still moving on in one place. We hope that through the decisive action of the armed forces, terrorism will be eliminated as soon as possible.”
Both Castillo and Fujimori condemned the attack, and the Organization of American States (AOS) also condemned the attack, which said it rejected “any form of intimidation of citizens.”
The United Nations Office in Lima said in a statement on Monday: “During the ongoing election process, we call on all actors to act responsibly to avoid hate speech exacerbating tensions.”