Guns, drugs, prosecutor IDs. Students took a lot of issues with dorm detainees
The university dean commented on the situation.
Sergo Ordzhonikidze State Geological Prospecting University commented on yesterday’s situation around searches and detentions of Caucasian students.
Rector Kosyanov said that there have been many complaints about the Ingush lately. "Even the most patient ones, the Vietnamese, have been coming to the dean's office." The establishment tried in vain to solve the issue at its level, without involving law enforcement agencies.
Perhaps the diaspora would have been of help, but “law enforcement agencies reacted faster,” the rector said. This resulted in 16 people taken to the police station. By the way, as it turned out, they were not just Ingush. Some of the detained were Russian and there were also two African students.
Tsargrad said that a housing commission will be made in the dormitory and it will determine whether certain students should be evicted; the small group of troublemakers live in two rooms.
“There’ve been complaints that unknown people would come to their rooms, that they got into the dorm through the windows. Students saw strangers in the toilet with weapons in their hands. Then the fight happened, [there were] shots,” the paper quotes the rector, Vadim Kosyanov, as saying.
If a criminal case is initiated, the hooligans might be expelled. So far, this has not happened, and many of the violators are on their final year.
According to media reports, Rosgvardiya discovered pistols and prosecutor's IDs, which read "Dynamo Sports Society" during the search. "Ingushetia" and the republic symbol are burned on the door to one of the rooms.
The head of Ingushetia, Yunus-bek Yevkurov, called for an investigation into the mass detentions of Caucasian students at the Moscow university.
The region head made a statement after the deputy prime minister, Alikhan Tsechoev, reported the situation.
“A thorough investigation must be conducted to get to the bottom of it and establish the instigators of the conflict,” said Yevkurov in the statement spread by the permanent mission of the Republic of Ingushetia. “We need to find out what caused the detention and whether physical measures were applied to the students”, Yevkurov added.
According to him, it is also necessary to figure out whether the students had really behaved inappropriately, and if this is the case, talk to them about it.
The CrimeRussia reported earlier that there were mass arrests of students in the dormitory of a Moscow university on the morning of Monday, December 17th. According to the Ingush permanent representative in Moscow, Alikhan Tsechoev, 36 Ingush students were detained and taken to the police station.
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