Police authorities intervened Miass business’s conflict
The conflict with the minibuses in Miass arose after the initiative of several carriers to extend the hours of minibuses' work from 19 to 21 hours.
Head of the Traffic Police in the Chelyabinsk region Andrey Murygin leaves on Thursday, February 2, at Miass on behalf of the leadership of the regional police Central Board, where he will hold a meeting with the City Administration and local businessmen. The reason became the situation in the field of passenger transport by minibuses, said URA.RU quoting the press service of the department.
According to the agency, Murygin is instructed to hold a meeting after the publication in URA.RU text "Criminal Authorities Draw South Ural In Transport's War."
The conflict with the minibuses in Miass, we recall, arose after the initiative of several carriers to extend the hours of minibuses' work from 19 to 21 hours. Such a request was made by residents when municipal transport began to go less often. The meeting of deputies supported this idea. But two of the eight Miass carriers refused of the extension. Both the businessman, sole proprietor Chernyh and sole proprietor Amerikov, are aligned with Ralif Faizov, the representative of the Turbazovskie gang. Their interests in Miass previously convicted businessman Vladimir Murashkin lobbies. He plays the role of negotiator between the city of Miass and business.
Carriers are afraid that Turbazovskie will arrange provocations and they require Mayor Gennady Vas'kov to intervene. February 1, First Deputy Mayor Alexander Kachev holds a meeting on the subject.
At the meeting people talk about the attempt of multiple carriers to arrange a re-division by wheeling the most popular route №3, passing through the city center.
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