Dagestani ex-Head's brother detained at airport
Radzhab Abdulatipov is suspected of a commission of a grave crime.
FSB employees detained former Head of Dagestan Ramazan Abdulatipov’s brother Radzhab Abdulatipov. As Life reports, he is suspected of committing a felony.
According to Interfax, Abdulatipov was detained in one of the airports in the capital when he tried to fly off.
Now the brother of the ex-leader of Dagestan is interrogated at the ICR Main Directorate.
Radzhab Abdulatipov headed the Federal Migration Service of the Russian Federation for Dagestan from 2006 to 2016. After that, he became the deputy of the People's Assembly of the region.
Recall, Ramazan Abdulatipov was in charge of Dagestan in 2013-2017. In October 2017, Vladimir Putin accepted a petition for his early resignation. In 2018 Dagestan arrested high-ranking officials: the former Head was taken into custody. The Prime Minister of the republic, two of his deputies, the former Minister of Education, the Mayor of Makhachkala and the chief architect of the city were arrested too. All of them, according to sources, was part of Abdulatipov's team.
Previously, there was information that Ramazan Abdulatipov could be questioned in the case of major embezzlement in the Main Bureau of Medical and Social Expertise in the country.
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