Mexico City – Thousands of individuals walked on Monday with the guardians of 43 missing understudies in Mexico City, requesting that they be discovered alive on the second commemoration of their vanishing.
The nonconformists droned "we need them alive!" as they mobilized over the super city's primary street, with the guardians driving the exhibit with photos of their children.
"It has been two years of torment and enduring," said Felipe de la Cruz, a representative for the families.
"We will topple this spoiled government with your bolster," he told the group.
The understudies vanished from the city of Iguala on September 26, 2014, after they seized transports for a dissent in Mexico City and were assaulted by neighborhood police.Prosecutors say the officers conveyed the 43 student instructors to the Guerreros Unidos drug cartel, which executed them, burned their bodies at a junk dump and hurled the remaining parts in a stream. The remaining parts of one and only understudy were recognized after a bone piece was found in the stream.
In any case, free specialists from the Inter-American Commission on Human Rights have rejected the administration's determination, saying such a gigantic burial service fire at the landfill was logically incomprehensible.
The lawyer general's office has since consented to direct new hunt down the understudies somewhere else.
Talking amid a visit to Colombia, President Enrique Pena Nieto, whose legislature has confronted feedback for its treatment of the case, guaranteed to "grow the examinations" to comprehend the wrongdoing.