Neiva central cemetery intervenes to identify more bodies of missing people

Neiva central cemetery intervenes to identify more bodies of missing people
Neiva central cemetery intervenes to identify more bodies of missing people

The Search Unit for Persons Reported Missing progress is made in the second phase of intervention on monument 14 of the central cemetery of Neiva, where at least 200 unidentified bodies of people missing in the context of the armed conflict are buried.

According to Camilo Ernesto Gómez, coordinator of the Search Unit in Huilathe purpose of this intervention in the cemetery is to achieve the identity of 31 bodies through the National Institute of Legal Medicine.

“With this we want to respond to the families, to continue advancing in a comprehensive intervention that will not end until we have been able to recover all the people who are there. We know that the majority of the people buried there come from events that happened in municipalities such as Baraya, Tello, Colombia, also from municipalities in the south of Tolima and Balsillas, Caquetá,” indicated Gómez Alarcón.

This humanitarian action is part of the response to the precautionary measures decreed by the Special Jurisdiction for Peace (JEP)after having issued the AT-094 order with which the process began to ensure the protection and conservation of the bodies of unidentified people buried in the Central Cemetery of Neiva.

“We are here to help you search, to find, all the people regardless of the life circumstances in which they have died. They have the right to be searched and they have the right to be in the bosom of their families,” said Camilo Ernesto Gómez, coordinator of the Search Unit.

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