At any rate 23 individuals have kicked the bucket in perhaps the biggest prison after what the specialists are calling a mass breakout endeavor in the midst of rising pressures over coronavirus.
Colombia’s Justice Minister Margarita Cabello said 83 detainees were harmed during an uproar at La Modelo jail.
Detainees at jails the nation over held fights on Sunday against congestion and unexpected frailty administrations during the coronavirus episode.
The equity service is examining.
Ms Cabello said 32 detainees and seven gatekeepers were in clinic. Two gatekeepers are in a basic condition.
She said the viciousness was a planned arrangement with aggravations detailed across 13 of the nation’s jails.
Preventing claims from securing unsanitary conditions in the midst of fears of a coronavirus breakout, she stated: “There isn’t any clean issue that would have caused this arrangement and these mobs.
“There isn’t one contamination nor any detainee or custodial or regulatory staff member who has coronavirus.”
She said detainees had gone crazy and some future accused of endeavored murder, and harm to property.
Countless family members accumulated outside the doors of La Modelo jail to anticipate updates on their friends and family. They said they had known about shots being discharged after the security powers showed up.
Recordings presented via web-based networking media indicated detainees burning down sleeping cushions.