The mayor of Iztapalapa, Clara Brugada Molina, announced that the administrator of the San Nicolás Tolentino Civil Pantheon and the rest of the staff were dismissed after the case of baby Tadeo.
“We have decided to remove from his position the administrator of the Pantheon of San Nicólas Tolentino and all the personnel of structure, base, fees, payroll 8 and service providers called auxiliary; They will give their statement to the prosecution so that they provide the information they have to clarify these facts,” he said at a press conference.
Burgada said that all the personnel who work in the pantheon will give their statement to the Mexico City Attorney General’s Office (FGJCDMX).
“We were the first to file the complaint with the Prosecutor’s Office, so from that moment we know about the investigations, we are waiting for the investigations carried out by the Prosecutor’s Office, and which also corresponds to the state of Puebla,” he announced.
He also said that security will be reinforced in the pantheon after the theft of the body of baby Tadeo, which was found in the Cereso de San Miguel, Puebla.
He said that his administration plans to buy devices such as surveillance cameras, motion sensors, alarms and drones to improve security in the three city halls, as well as new patrols.
He indicated that at least 20 million pesos will be allocated to achieve the updating and security of all the pantheons.
“It has been contemplated for the modernization of the pantheon, everything that implies the administrative issue, the revision, 20 million pesos are calculated, not only for this pantheon but the other two pantheons that we have,” he declared.