St. Petersburg terrorist attack: special services of Kyrgyzstan interrogate relatives and friends of alleged suicide bomber
Local media specify that parents of Akbarzhon Jalilov were taken to the department of the National Security State Committee the night before.
The special services of Kyrgyzstan are questioning relatives and friends of the suspect in the explosion committed in the metro of St. Petersburg, 22-year-old native of the Republic Akbarzhon Jalilov.
The official representative of the National Security State Committee (SCNS) of Kyrgyzstan, Rahat Sulaimanov, noted that Jalilov's relatives are being interrogated in the Osh regional department of the Committee.
Earlier, the Kyrgyz agency 24.kg clarified that parents were taken for questioning late in the evening on April 3, that is, on the day of the terrorist attack in the St. Petersburg subway. It is known that a native of the Kyrgyz city of Osh had left for Russia together with his parents in 2011. However, later his parents returned to the Republic, and Jalilov Jr. stayed for earnings. The source of Gazeta.ru said that the guy worked as a cook in one of the local sushi bars. According to the informant, in 2015 Jalilov quitted, one of his colleagues heard that he left for Korea. The interlocutor of the edition called Jalilov an adherent of the ideas of the Islamic State terrorist organization (banned organization on the territory of the Russian Federation).
Natives of young man told reporters that on March 3 of this year he came to Osh to visit relatives.
As the CrimeRussia wrote earlier, the investigation suggests that it was Akbarzhon Jalilov, who left the bomb at the Ploshchad Vosstaniya station and then launched an explosive device in the train car on the railway haul between Sennaya Ploshchad and Technologichesky Institut.
On April 3 at 14:40 in the third car of train moving along the blue branch of the St. Petersburg subway a terrorist attack was committed. It happened a few minutes after the train left the station Sennaya Ploshchad towards Technologichesky Institut. As a result of the bomb explosion, 14 people were killed, and about 50 others were injured. The unexploded bomb was discovered at the Ploshchad Vosstaniya station.
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