Postado originalmente por AJlndo em http://www.jovensindigenas.org.br/dnit-destruiu-barracos-improvisados-de-indigenas-na-br-163
Originally posted by AJlndo at http://www.jovensindigenas.org.br/dnit-destruiu-barracos-improvisados-de-indigenas-na-br-163
DNIT (National Department of Transport Infrastructure) of Mato Grosso do Sul, destroyed 12 huts and capped wells that an indigenous community, Mato Grosso do Sul had built in the BR 163, the second reported in the community of Orange Nhanderu Kaiowa-Guarani indigenous people, which is located about 170 km from Campo Grande / MS.
The goal, according to the Indians themselves, was to prevent families back in the camp when they were evicted again. The action took place, just one day before the deadline of 45 days set by the court to the community Laranjeira Nhanderuabandon for the land they took over four months ago.
Secondly, according to community members, last Tuesday staff of DNIT passed through the BR with a bulldozer. With this heavy machinery they proceeded to "clean" exclusively the area that had served as a refuge campto the community for the past year seven months after the first eviction, and where, four months they were able to return to.
The current order of eviction forces the Indians out again to the BR. The actions of DNIT have the intention of discourating the return of the community to the old camp in the BR, when the eviction was carried out by force. For the Indigenous Missionary Council (CIMI) Indians have nowhere to go if the intent was not to get them "underground", and considers the act as yet another provocation against the indigenous peoples of Mato Grosso do Sul.
Denunciation of what is happening to this Indigenous community was made during the visit of solidarity held yesterdayby the representatives of social movements of the MS, which were present to empower the community and to support the community of Laranjeira Nhanderu do Municipio de Rio Brilhante.