Two New Abductions in Chechnya
Local sources have reported that armed thugs from the pro-Russian regime in the Russian occupied Chechen Republic of Ichkeria have abducted two male civilians.
According to the report, on August 29, Russian invaders from the Russian Ministry of Internal Affairs’ “South Battalion” and their local collaborators, armed Kadyrovites, organized a joint punishment operation in the capital district. During the operation in Grozny’s Chishki settlement, a local resident, born in 1964, was abducted from his house. The Russian aggressors claim that their hostage was providing food and medicine to the Chechen mujahedeen.
On the same day, another armed group of Kadyrovites organized a punishment operation in the Sunzha district. During the operation, a male resident from Alkhan-Kala district of Grozny, born in 1988, was abducted near a bridge over the Assa River in the South-eastern skirts of Sunzha’s Assasinovskaya village. The pro-Russian regime claims that the hostage was a member of the Chechen mujahedeen in July 2011.
The fate and whereabouts of the hostages are unknown.
*Text was written by Waynakh Online and edited by Michael Capobianco