Salgado Delgado was one of the main Morelos promoters of the demonstrations in support of the 43 normalistas missing in Guerrero, and was scheduled to participate in the demonstrations held on Wednesday, February 4th at the University of Morelos and Cuernavaca.
State authorities confirmed that this evening the remains of the leader of the Popular Revolutionary Front (FPR) in Morelos, Alejandro Gustavo Salgado, were located at Los Huilotas, of the community of Moyotepec, in the municipality of Ayala. He was reported missing a few hours earlier.
The municipal police reported that about 5:30 PM on Wednesday they found the body of a man, without hands or head, corresponding to the characteristics of the missing activist, so reported to the Regional Public Prosecutor of the East of Morelos. (Milenio is reporting the decapitated head was at the scene a few meters away)
Later, at the stroke of eight in the evening, members of the RPF moved to the place of the discovery to identify the person, and they alerted regional prosecution officials in Morelos.
Local media reported that Salgado Delgado "was kidnapped and executed by an armed group when he left a popular assembly with day laborers of the Montaña of Guerrero, who were part of a migrant camp asking for a home".
Alejandro Salgado, 32 years old, was found decapitated and with signs of torture, according to both media and authorities in Morelos.
The slain activist was characterized as promoting in Morelos mobilizations demanding justice for the 43 missing of Ayozinapa, Guerrero.
Previously, the RPF Central Committee denounced the disappearance of Salgado Delgado, who was seen for the last time Tuesday as he returned from a meeting held in the keyhole in the Morelos municipality of Ayala.
He was kidnapped and killed by an armed group- while leaving a popular
assembly with laborers from the mountains of Guerrero.
In a statement, the RPF directive demanded the emergence with life of the leader and made responsible for any aggression to the PRD Graco Ramírez Governor.
"The last thing that is known is that you moved to a meeting where he stayed until six in the afternoon. Even colleagues accompanied him to the transportation that would take him to the road to take the urban truck that would take him back to Ayala", but did not reach its destination.
Then began to look at State and municipal barracks and went to the public prosecutor's Office in the town, but they did not receive the complaint.
"The political activity of our colleague has been constant in the defense of the land and housing in the Morelos municipality of Ayala for migrant workers in the mountains of Guerrero and Oaxaca.
"Is from this situation that local chieftains and the state have maintained constant surveillance and harassment towards our colleague, like their illegal detention on March 20, 2014, in Cuernavaca, while participating in a March organized by the citizen front against income [tax] law", said the RPF.