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Another kidnapping in Chechnya

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Another kidnapping in Chechnya

As reported by an employee of one of the local NGOs in Chechnya, engaged in human rights defence and legal aid to civilians, last week, two city dwellers of Shali were abducted and taken away to some unknown location by unidentified gang members of puppet regime.

“On April 2, in the city of Shali, some unidentified mobsters of pro-Russian regime appeared in a private house, located in the Naberezhnaya Street, and kidnapped Tair Deshniev (or Deshnyaev), the owner of the household, his neighbour Bakar Deshiev, who was there as a guest. At least, this is asserted by the latter’s relatives,” said the source of Kavkaz-Uzel‘s correspondent, who preferred to remain anonymous and not to name his NGO.

According to his story, Bakar Deshiev is a student of one of universities in Egypt; and he recently came to Chechnya to visit his sick father.

The human rights activist said that Tair and Bakar were severely beaten by the attackers. “There are no explanations to gang members of national traitor Kadirov’ actions. It’s not clear who could kidnap them, where and why,” he said.

The source did not exclude that local mobsters of puppet regime could be involved in kidnapping. “As far as I know, when special operations are conducted in some district or settlement, bosses of puppet regime’s mobsters should be notified. Therefore, I don’t think that the incident did without involvement of the local mobsters of Kadirov. But so far, everyone keeps silent,” he has emphasized.

The “Kavkaz-Uzel” correspondent telephoned to the Shali ROVD (District management of puppet regime). When asked whether two young men had been really kidnapped on April 2 from a house in the Naberezhnaya Street, a Kadirovsky said that he could not give such information and offered to call the ringleader of the criminal mobsters. However, the latter’s phone sent back a fax signal, and nobody lifted the handset.

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