Posted 19 октября 2021,, 06:13

Published 19 октября 2021,, 06:13

Modified 24 декабря 2022,, 22:37

Updated 24 декабря 2022,, 22:37

Uniformed men kidnapped two girls from the Kazan crisis center

Uniformed men kidnapped two girls from the Kazan crisis center

19 октября 2021, 06:13
Aliya Bainazarova, head of the Good Deeds charity foundation, reported that the police broke into the Mommy's House crisis center in Kazan and abducted two girls who had fled Dagestan from difficult family conditions.

The department of the Ministry of Internal Affairs for Tatarstan said that the police were not involved in the incident.

Baynazarova pointed out that they were talking about two underage girls, one of whom had a child. They contacted the center on the night of October 18, and a contract was signed with them. But in the evening of the same day they were taken from the center.

“We went to "Mother’s House” as if they were home, opened everything wide open, took the girls as things, and took them to their police station", - Novaya Gazeta quotes Baynazarova as saying.

The Ministry of Internal Affairs of the republic told the publication that they were trying to figure out the situation, but in general they were hearing about it for the first time.

"We checked all the police departments, but no one did it. You understand that anyone can put on a uniform", - the law enforcement officers answered the request of RBC.

People in uniform, Bainazarova specified, did not say where the girls were being taken, and at present it is not known where they are. Both of them, said the head of the fund, "got married under duress".

"A complete ban on any kind of freedom is minimal, you cannot leave the house without the permission of your husband. They both got married because it's time”, - said human rights activist Svetlana Anokhina, adding that they still managed to get in touch with the girls, and they say that everything is supposedly fine and“ there is no need to make a fuss".

The human rights activist does not believe "that these statements are voluntary."

It's worth reminding that in June this year in Makhachkala, the security forces stormed an apartment in crisis, where there were women in need of protection, including a Chechen woman with a non-traditional sexual orientation, who had run away from home due to beatings.