CDMX has collected more than 7,000 weapons with a voluntary program since 2019

CDMX has collected more than 7,000 weapons with a voluntary program since 2019

From this figure it can be deduced that 4,995 weapons are short, 1,404 long, including automatic and semi-automatic rifles, machine guns, and other weapons for the exclusive use of the armed forces, as well as 665 grenades.

The agency indicated that 73,149 stopines, six dynamite cartridges and 1,86,281 cartridges were also delivered and destroyed.

For all the weapons collected – the secretariat abounded – since 2019, 22 million 34,894 pesos have been distributed.

The arsenal delivered in Benito Juárez

Last Tuesday, August 2, as part of the installation of a module for the exchange of weapons in the Purisimo Corazón de María parish in the Benito Juárez mayor’s office, a woman – whose identity is unknown – handed over to the authorities an arsenal made up of an AR-15 rifle considered to be of high caliber, 28 fragmentation grenades and dozens of useful cartridges.

According to the table published in the Official Gazette of Mexico City On April 1, this type of semi-automatic rifle, automatic for the exclusive use of the armed forces, is valued at 21,600 pesos if it is in good condition or up to 10,800 pesos if it is in poor condition.

For the pomegranates, the capital authorities can pay from 135 pesos to 1,350 pesos, depending on their state. In total, the person who delivered this arsenal obtained a total of 44,550 pesos for his voluntary surrender.

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