Three Civilians Abducted in Chechnya
Local sources have reported that three civilians were abducted in the Russian occupied Chechen Republic of Ichkeria.
On March 8, a male civilian, born in 1987, was abducted during a joint punishment operation in Grozny which was conducted by soldiers from the Russian Interior Ministry and armed bandits from the pro-Moscow regime. The hostage is accused of providing food to members of the Chechen National Liberation Movement between May and June of 2012.
The same day, armed bandits from the pro-Russian regime abducted another male civilian, born in 1982, in the village of Sadovoe, within the Grozny district. The hostage is accused of providing food and shelter to members of the Chechen National Liberation Movement between May and June of 2012.
The whereabouts and fate of the hostages are unknown at the moment.
On the other hand, on March 7, soldiers from the Rusian Interior Ministry’s Urus-Martan district abducted a male resident of Ingushetia, born in 1994, in Shalazhi. The hostage is accused of having a homemade grenade. The young man was taken into the Russian Interior Ministry’s detention center in Urus-Martan. However, there is no news on his fate.
*Text was written by Waynakh Online and edited by Michael Capobianco