Rebellion in Dagestan against Putin. It comes in scenes from Dante [WIDEO]

  • On the official website of the Dagestan ombudsman, an official statement has been published, in which the mobilization is said to be a genocide of the Dagestan people.
  • Arrested protesters were reportedly taken to local police stations where they were beaten and electrocuted.
  • Vladimir Putin ordered Ramzan Kadyrov’s Chechen forces to quell the Dagestani uprising.
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About 120 people were detained in Makhachkala during Sunday’s protest against Russia’s ongoing mobilization for war with Ukraine; Radio Svoboda reported on Monday that ten criminal cases had been opened. However, the protest continued on Monday.

Radio Svoboda (Radio Free Europe / Radio Svoboda’s Russian editorial) announced that 46 reports of administrative offenses had been drawn up against the protesters. Eight criminal cases have been initiated in connection with violence against a police officer, and two more – calls for extremism.

On the official website of the Dagestan Ombudsman, an official statement was published, in which the mobilization was said to be a genocide of the Dagestan people.

The protests in Makhachkala, the main city of Dagestan, a republic in the Caucasus that is part of the Russian Federation, were mainly attended by women, who declared that they would not allow their sons, husbands and brothers to be sent to war.

Officers had to come face to face with women protecting their sons, husbands and fathers from mobilization. Agitated Daghestan women asked where the officers’ sons were, and the officers replied that they were complying with the mobilization law of the Russian Federation.

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The police were brutal; The police beat, pushed and abused the women. There were reports that the arrested protesters were taken to local police stations where they were beaten and electrocuted.

The police reportedly fired tear gas at the protesters.

Vladimir Putin has reportedly ordered Ramzan Kadyrov’s Chechen forces to quell Dagestani riots and protests.

There is also information about the suspension of mobilization in Dagestan. Local Commissioner Mustafayev has issued the order for this. At the same time, there are voices that this may be an act “in general” aimed at calming the public mood, however, it will not interfere with the actual mobilization of the army.

Neighboring Chechnya, Dagestan is one of the poorest regions of the Russian Federation, with high unemployment.

A significant portion of the soldiers sent to fight against Ukraine in the first weeks of the Russian invasion came from this region and other peripheral republics of the Russian Federation with non-Slavic populations. Independent media pointed out that the majority of Russian soldiers killed in the war were from Dagestan.

Source: PAP, Twitter

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