Vandalism groups burned a public bus in Venezuela

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The victim is safe and already reported the fact to the body of scientific research, penal and criminal investigations. | Photo: @NestorReverol

Vandalism groups linked to the Venezuelan opposition set fire to a unit of public transport in the avenida Francisco de Miranda, Altamira, Chacao Municipality of Miranda State this Saturday, denounced the Minister of Interior, justice and peace, Néstor Reverol, through the social network Twitter.

Criminals hired by the terrorist right ignite a unit of public transport in the Av. Francisco de Miranda, Altamira pic.twitter.com/m2ZZq52CGL – Néstor Luis Reverol (@NestorReverol) may 13, 2017 Leonardo Liconte driver was abducted by seven masked men at the height of the Centro Comercial Sambil of Chacao, and he was transferred to Altamira, place where set fire to the vehicle. The victim, of 41 years, is out of danger and already reported the fact to the body of scientific research, penal and criminal investigations (Cicpc).

Unit driver was abducted by 7 criminals at the height of the DC Sambil in Chacao and he was transferred to Altamira pic.twitter.com/N7f0WxSub6 – Néstor Luis Reverol (@NestorReverol) may 13, 2017 for his part, President Nicolas Maduro condemned the fact and blamed the leaders of the extreme right by insisting on the escalation of violence, which has claimed the lives of 39 people to continue creating destabilization in the country.
“I am responsible to Julio Borges – member of the extreme right party first justice – for all the violence, all deaths and abuses that are occurring in the country, by his call for violence,” said.
The President said that they have already identified perpetrators of the fact and informed that this Saturday the transport mission will grant a new unit to the victim. 
On May 5, the Vice-President Tareck El Aissami denounced 94 units of transport, both private and public, have been affected during the violent actions promoted by the opposition in that country.