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Resident of Ingushetia Abducted in Chechnya

Submitted by on Friday, 24 August 2012.    587 views No Comment
Resident of Ingushetia Abducted in Chechnya

Waynakh Online has received an e-mail reporting the abduction of an Ingush man in the Russian occupied Chechen Republic of Ichkeria.

According to the message, Rustam Yusupovich Yevloyev, born in 1990 and a traffic cop in Ingushetia’s Nazran district, traveled to the Russian occupied Chechen Republic of Ichkeria to visit relatives in the village of Dolinskoye. On August 17, a group of armed men arrived at the house where he was staying with relatives and took him away. They put him in a Lada-Priora car with tinted windows and left the scene for an unknown destination. Rustam’s wife, Tamara Gorbakova points out the fact that there were 10-15 cars and none of them had license plates. Since the abduction, there has been no news on the fate of Rustam.

Tamara also says that earlier Ingush authorities had opened a criminal case against her husband, but in reality he did not commit any crimes and was trying to prove his innocence with all possible legal methods.

Tamara appealed to the authorities for an immediate investigation into her husband Rustam’s abduction. She urged them to locate him and guarantee his basic rights.

*Text was written by Waynakh Online and edited by Michael Capobianco

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