Bashkortostan: employees of Rospotrebnadzor tell about their colleague who committed suicide
The official’s relatives believe she was killed; no one saw the woman depressed.
Some employees of the Bashkir Office of Rospotrebnadzor were not aware of the death of their colleague Olga Sidorcheva, the others noted that suicide was not in her character. According to unofficial information, Sidorcheva left a suicide note in which she asks the family for forgiveness for their actions. The official's husband called her death a murder.
“She herself was always calm, everyone was afraid of her. On Saturdays, she would be at work from 8 am. And it did not seem that she was saddened or worried about something,” an employee of the Bashkir Department of Rospotrebnadzor said to the regional publication Ufa Online.
Sidorcheva was found dead in a forest after a “debriefing” with her boss. Entrepreneur Albert Mukhamedyarov complained to the head of the region, Radiya Khabirov, about her, after Sidorcheva decided to suspend work of his cafe as a result of an unscheduled inspection. The venue had no proper space for the preparation of products from raw meat. Khabirov instructed the Prosecutor's Office to investigate into the situation and called the approach of Rospotrebnadzor unacceptable.
After a harsh conversation with her superior, Sidorcheva, according to her husband, was ready to quit and her husband did not notice any strong feelings coming from her. They allegedly found a note near the official’s body: “Sorry for doing so. When I did this, I did not think about you.”
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