The number of people missing in Mexico since 1964 has exceeded 100,000.

APA reports that it is stated in the statistics of the Interior Ministry.

It is noted that from April 16, 1964 to May 16, 2022, 100,012 people were registered as missing.

70% of them are people.

The number of disappearances has risen sharply over the past 16 years, mainly due to the drug trafficking network.

However, NGOs consider this figure to be too small.

In addition, there are 37,000 unidentified bodies in the country's morgues.

Many corpses were buried without identification due to overcrowding.