Police catch Radzhab Abdulatipov, Dagestani ex-head’s brother
FSB officers took him to the Makhachkala station.
Makhachkala FSB officers detained Radzhab Abdulatipov, a deputy of the People's Assembly of Dagestan and the brother of Ramazan Abdulatipov, who is the former head of the republic, Chernovik reported. They took him to the station at about 2 o'clock on September 26. They are yet to name the reason for the detention.
In June 2018, Interfax-Yug also reported the detention of Radzhab Abdulatipov at Moscow's Sheremetyevo Airport, as he was trying to leave for Slovenia. However, the ex-head of the republic denied the claims saying he and Radzhab were in the Altai Mountains at the time.
Then Life’s sources denied the claims of the Dagestani ex-head and said Radzhab was detained in Moscow, but soon released because of immunity status. Abdulatipov, Jr. carries it being a deputy.
The media reported the detention in January 2015. Abdulatipov, Jr. headed the republic’s FMS at the time. The ex-official was allegedly suspected of bribery. The Abdulatipovs claim they have enemies who frame them.
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