Ruler Asks to Kill or Abduct Anyone who supports Freedom in Chechnya!
A few days ago, in the city of Urus-Martan in the Russian occupied Chechen Republic Ichkeria, the pro-Moscow regime’s so-called First Deputy Interior Minister Apti Kharonovich Alaudinov made a speech to local collaborators and asked to use illegal methods, including summary killings and the planting of false evidence, in an effort to remove any support for the Chechen National Liberation Movement.
“If there is the slightest resemblance of Wahabbists, I personally take it under my control. Here is a new police chief next to us. I personally told him: ‘Smash them. If you want to put somebody in jail, put them there. If there is a chance to plant some kind of evidence in somebody’s pocket, plant it. Do whatever you want to do and kill anyone you want to kill.’ The ruler [he means Ramzan Kadyrov] asked me to pass this message to the police chief. I swear to God, I support that,” said Alaudinov.
Apti Alaudinov accused some of their collaborators in Urus-Martan of turning a blind eye toward Chechen National Liberation Movement members when their own relatives were involved. He said that practice would end.
“There will be no more ways to cover for your relatives. There will be no more situations when you say: ‘Oh, this is my relative’. They haven’t to be protected from punishment while others are punished. Everybody has to put his own house in order,” said Alaudinov.
Alaudinov also threatened that any person who criticizes Kadyrov or his administration will be punished for their dissent.
Recall that Urus-Martan which is about 20 km far from Grozny, is known for its strong stance against the Russian invasion. In 1999, while Russian aircrafts were bombing the capital Grozny, about 2,000 Chechen National Liberation Movement members were blocking one of the main overland routes to the capital city. Not just in early the second Russian-Chechen war, but even today, Russian invaders and their local armed gangs take big losses in this area.
*Text was written by Waynakh Online and edited by Michael Capobianco