Would the case get off the ground without Ramazan Dzhalaldinov’s effords?
Works on asphalting of roads, reconstruction of houses, bridges, water, gas and power lines have begun in the scandalous village.
As the Kavkazskiy Uzel source has found out, eight people left Kenhi village because of dissatisfaction with the situation there. This information came from Kenhi resident Ramadan Dzhalaldinov, who on the eve of the Q&A press conference with Putin posted a video message on the Internet, where he told about pervasive corruption among local officials. At the same time the source stated, that works on asphalting of roads, reconstruction of houses, bridges, water, gas and power lines have begun in the village. Would the case get off the ground without Ramazan Dzhalaldinov’s effords? The question remains unanswered.
Previously, on 20 of May, Kenhi residents gathered to "punish" Ramadan Dzhalaldinov, saying that he was a brawler all his life. They said: "This man lives against interests of the village residents. His statements and letters, which are being exposed, constantly undermine authority of his relatives, who adhere to traditions and customs of people of mountains and try to bring to his senses. But the man disappears and then appears with a new scandal. And this has been happening for years, the residents claimed. Note that earlier similar characteristics on Dzhalaldinov were given by Chechen officials, which became figures of the "anti-corruption" video.
As for Ramadan Dzhalaldinov, soon after the threats, he has left his village and has found shelter in Dagestan - birthplace of political "authority" Sagid Murtazaliev. Several henchmen of fugitive Murtazaliev were searching for him (for what purpose?). Among them were Anwar Gadzhimagomedov, Dagestan "authority" called ‘Ahmed Tsumada’ and assistant chairman of the Dagestan People's Assembly, Secretary of the local branch of Edinaya Rossiya political party Khizri Shihsaidov.
The situation with Ramazan Dzhalaldinov has confirmed once again, that Dagestan (the Kizlyar District, especially) is still under control of Sagid Murtazaliev. There are a lot of his supporters, including those having criminal nicknames and connections with criminal circles. While his "best" times, Murtazaliyev controlled the Kizlyar District, Kizlyar town, the Khasavyurtovskiy District, the Babayurtovskiy District, the Tsumadinsky District, the Tsuntinskiy District and other districts, as well as the Avar segment of Dagestan. Experts believe that before Murtazaliyev became involved in the case on murder and financing of terrorist organizations, he was a tool of gaining control in Dagestan for Ramzan Kadyrov.
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