The interior Ministry began checking the trip Ingush police for mandarins in Chechnya
Moscow. January 9. INTERFAX.RU — the interior Ministry launched an internal audit in connection with the information that the staff of the Ingush OMON was sent on a business trip to Chechnya for mandarins; main Department of the MIA of Russia in North Caucasus Federal district on Wednesday issued an official statement on the matter.
Ingush police had to go a hundred miles for a box of tangerinesAt boot time the error occurred.
“The police are on a business trip in the North Caucasus, in the course of the next planned departure arrived to the town of Khankala in the Chechen Republic to receive their food rations according to the norms. It consists of meat, fish, vegetables, canned, cereals, juices and much more,” — said the Agency interlocutor.
According to him, in addition to the recruitment of police issued several pounds of fruit, which are not included in the basic rations.
“One of the employees removed for this reason video, which later appeared in the Internet. On this fact being a service check”, — said the representative office.
Tuesday in social networks appeared a video in which a police officer tells about a trip from Ingushetia to Chechnya for the new year’s gift from MIA.
“He sent us, that these men from Ingushetia in Khankala for Christmas gifts for the detachment of 52 people. On two machines, 130 kilometers. Here is the second car “Ural” is. Got Christmas gifts for 52 people. 130 miles two went to transport and five personnel — the armor, helmets, rifles, four “horn” and PM”, — says the hero of a video showing one box of tangerines.