Homes and Apartments of Derbent ex-mayor Imam Yaraliev are being searched
Searches are conducted in Derbent, in 2 Yaraliev’s Makhachkala apartments, in his cottage in Arablinka village, and his home in Ahaga-Stal township.
The Special Forces of the Russian Federal Security Service (FSB) are searching homes and apartments of Derbent ex-mayor Imam Yaraliev. Life.ru reports, based on its sources, that the homes have been stormed.
Searches started in Derbent, in 2 Yaraliev’s Makhachkala apartments, in his cottage in Arablinka village, and his home in Ahaga-Stal township.
To refresh background: a criminal case against Yaraliev was initiated in July 2015. He is suspected in abusing his official powers. An audit of land legislation observance uncovered facts of illegal allocation of federal lands by the city administration. As a result, the state sustained losses for more than 36 million rubles.
We would like to note that in January 2016, the FSB and the Ministry of Internal Affairs (MIA) operatives have searched Derbent City Hall.
Imam Yaraliev, a prominent public and political figure, was the head of the Derbent City Administration; in 1995-2006 he was the regional prosecutor; used to be a deputy of Dagestan People’s Assembly and the State Council of the Republic.
Video: Searches of Derbent Ex-Mayor Imam Yaraliev’s homes and apartments
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