Drymanov filed a case of non-payment of cleaners’ salaries in MID ICR
The cleaning company, which won the contract for cleaning the premises of the Main Investigation Department (MID) of the ICR, stopped paying salary to its employees.
A team of cleaners, which restored order in the building of the MID ICR, complained of non-payment of salaries and wrote a statement to the name of the Head Aleksandr Drymanov. As reported by MK, the amount of the non-payment has passed for one million rubles. The criminal proceeding was instituted.
"I cleaned regularly in the offices of generals of the ICR Moscow - Aleksandr Drymanov, Denis Nikandrov and others - said one of the cleaners. - For example, Nikandrov had many papers in the bin and containers of ready-made food. By the way, when he was detained, I was also in the MID, though not in his office."
It is noted that it is the LLC Pro Facility. The company won the tender from the ICR, announced in February 2016, for the provision of comprehensive cleaning of premises and adjacent territory of the Main Investigation Department.
By reducing the initial amount of the contract on 12%, the company agreed to remove investigators' offices for 3,750,000 rubles (is slightly more than 400 thousand per month) to the end of the year. At the same time, cleaners were promised to pay 30-50 thousand rubles, and, in fact, paid 15-20 thousand. Total victims were 30 people - mostly foreigners. Most cleaners have not received the money for June-July this year.
Photo: Extract from the register
Note that according to Kartoteka.ru, until 2016 the St. Petersburg company Pro Facility almost did not win government contracts. That all changed when at the end of last year one of the founders was not included certain Yuliya Nikiforova, which is a co-owner of several cleaning companies. In total, in 2016 Pro Facility has already contracted by almost 14 million rubles. Its customers are mainly schools, but there are, for example, the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Russia in the Admiralty district of St. Petersburg.
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