More than 750 more elements from the Mexican Army are heading to Jalisco after violent outbreak

After criminal groups blocked roads and burnt vehicles and convenience stores in the last 24 hours in Jalisco, the Secretary of National Defense (Sedena) announced the dispatch of more than 750 soldiers to reinforce security in Jalisco.

The elements, from the Mexican Army, will be arriving in Cuquío and Ixtlahuacán del Río today, to undertake surveillance work in coordination with state and municipal authorities, within the operation called "Mexico Joint Task Force."

Cuquío and Ixtlahuacán del Río is northeast of Guadalajara.

Among the personnel sent, the Sedena . . .

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