Mexico police liberated 113 migrants from hands of people’s traders

The security forces of Mexico saved 113 migrants locked in a house in Sonor.

According to the Mexican media, the police received a message that the group of migrants is forcibly kept in the town of San Luis-Rio-Colorado. The security forces promptly organized a raid to the specified address and released all the hostages.

Saved migrants are immigrants from Colombia, Brazil, Dominican Republic, Cuba, El Salvador, Ecuador, Honduras, India, Nepal and Afghanistan. They will be delivered to the National Institute of Migration Mexico. As part of the police operation, five people traders were detained.

In Mexico, dozens of migrants fall into the hands of gangs and organized criminal groups while trying to flee to the USA in the hope of a better life.

Migrants from Central America are trying to get to the United States through Guatemala and Mexico.