Minister of transport in Venezuela condemns vandalism

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Damage to a metrobus in Valencia. | Photo: @ramolinap

Venezuela Transportation Minister Ricardo Molina, rejected Monday the vandalism attacks encouraged by the right-wing opposition against a camp of maintenance of that Ministry, located in La Carlota, Caracas air base.
It also rejected the terrorist acts against an establishment of the transport mission, in the East of the capital, and reported the death of Daniel Infante, 25 years old, student of the Universidad de Los Andes (ULA) and worker of Tromerca, public transport in the Mérida State.  
> Violent opposition exploits the car of a taxi driver in Venezuela ‘ Fortunately workers were able to escape of terrorists, but unfortunately in the case of Mérida, Daniel Infante no (…), he was hit by a terrorist sniper bullet’, stressed the Minister through the channel Venezolana de Television.  
 

#AHORA | @ramolinap Minister: terrorists damaged vehicles which are at the service of the people pic.twitter.com/5lkgQjVrCZ – VTV channel 8 (@VTVcanal8) April 25, 2017 Molina also reported that other violent acts at a camp of maintenance located on the Francisco Fajardo Highway, in addition to burn a significant number of mobile units and watering of engine oil into waterways were recorded in Caracas endangering the lives of motorists.
The Caracas Metro had to suspend the service of several routes of metrobuses due the aggression suffered by several units.