RCDS announced the arrest of the Chairman of the government of Dagestan

RCDS announced the arrest of the Chairman of the government of Dagestan

Moscow. 5 Feb. INTERFAX.RU the Consequence on criminal case about plunder of budgetary funds in Dagestan detained a number of senior officials, including the head of the government of the Republic of Abdusamad Hamidov, said the official representative of the Investigative Committee, Svetlana Petrenko.

“In the investigation of the criminal case on embezzlement of budget funds of the Republic of Dagestan detained the members of the regional government,” Petrenko said Monday, “Interfax”.

According to her, in the investigation of the investigators was established involvement in the Commission of theft by fraud, the interim Prime Minister of the Republic of Abdusamad Hamidov, acting Vice-President of the government of the Republic of Dagestan Shamil Isaev and Rudina Yusufov and former Minister of education of the Republic of Sahabas Yadav and others.

During searches have withdrawn Hamidov gold TT pistol, Beretta pistols, PM and two Kalashnikov assault rifles and ammunition.Svetlana Petrenko, a spokesman for the Investigative Committee During the download an error has occurred.

Earlier on Monday, an informed source told “Interfax” about large-scale anti-corruption operation in Dagestan, which, according to him, the interrogation was delivered to seven high-ranking Republican officials, including acting Prime Minister Abdusamad Gamidov, his Deputy — Deputy Prime Minister Shamil Isaev and Rudina Yusufov, as well as the heads of several districts of Dagestan.

January 21 on charges of land fraud worth more than 80 million rubles were arrested the mayor of Makhachkala, Musa Musayev. January 26, Essentuki city court at the request of the investigation Musayev was suspended from his post. Currently he is in jail in Vladikavkaz.

At the end of January in Dagestan checks arrived special Commission composed of representatives of the Prosecutor’s office, interior Ministry and the FSB, headed by Deputy Prosecutor General of Russia Ivan Sydoruk.