150 workers quit their jobs due to attacks on Culiacan surveillance cameras


The President of the Union of Tenants of the Center of Culiacán, Óscar Sánchez Beltrán said that most of them were young people who, for safety reasons, were no longer allowed to work by their parents

Culiacán, Sinaloa.- After half the city went “blind” by the attack by video surveillance cameras, citizens felt insecure and gave up their jobs.

The President of the Union of Tenants of the Center of Culiacán (ULCC), Óscar Sánchez Beltrán reported that 150 employees were forced to resign due to insecurity.

“We have more than 100 workers who no longer showed up for work, they are mainly young students that their parents because of insecurity and fear that violence could escalate, we almost reached the 150 lost workers,” he said.


He regretted that the workers who mostly quit are young people who are afraid of being victims of violence.

It should be remembered that after the attack, the Tenant Union also decided to abandon the C4i ‘Panic Button’ interconnection program.

Source: reaccioninformativa.com

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