The head of the Kalininsky district of St. Petersburg, who quit after 25 days of work, was detained
In St. Petersburg, the recently dismissed head of the Kalininsky district, Ivan Gromov, was detained. This was reported by Kommersant.
According to the newspaper, he resigned of his own free will after 25 days of work.
As Fontanka clarifies, searches were carried out in the apartment of the former head of the district, and Gromov himself was taken to the Main Investigation Department of the Main Directorate of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Russia. He was suspected of fraud. A criminal case was initiated.