The FARC dissidents set up a checkpoint and stole a notary’s truck

In the midst of the critical situation in the department of Cauca, the FARC dissidents set up a checkpoint on a road that connects the departments of Cauca and Huila. In this incident, a notary’s truck was allegedly stolen.

FARC dissidents continue to carry out activities against civilians in the south of the country. Colpresa Photo Archive

The tense situation continues in the south of the country. In a new action by the FARC dissidents, this armed group set up a checkpoint on one of the roads that allows passage between the departments of Cauca and Huila.

In the midst of this fact, as revealed Snail Radio, The FARC dissidents would have kept the personal van of the notary of Los Andes, Cauca, Jorge Martínez. This fact adds to the acts of violence and harassment at the head of the FARC dissidents.

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According to the aforementioned radio outlet, the Brigadier General Federico Mejía, commander of the Cauca Specific Command, announced the presence of troops in the area to guarantee the free mobility of people through that area of ​​the country.

Pamphlets in Quindío

The presence of the FARC dissidents would be spreading to other departments of the country. Last Monday, April 1, this armed group announced the creation of the ‘Commander Isaías Pardo central block’, which would operate in the departments of Quindío, Huila and Tolima.

On social networks, residents of the rural area of ​​Salento, Quindío, denounced the appearance of graffiti and marks alluding to this dissidence.

The FARC dissidents left graffiti in Salento, Quindío. | Video shot


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