Police broke into the crisis center “Mother’s House” in Kazan and took two girls


Aliya Bainazarova, the founder of the center and head of the Good Deeds charity foundation, told VP that in Kazan, security forces broke into the Mom’s House crisis shelter and took away two adult girls who had fled Dagestan. One of them has a two-year-old daughter. According to Aliya Bainazarova, the girls turned to human rights activist Svetlana Anokhina for help – she could not leave the victims in the region, fearing for their safety, so she helped them contact human rights defenders in Kazan.

“Today at four o’clock in the morning they came to us. The girls have a hope that they can change something for themselves, – said Baynazarova. – Today we found out that the girls were found. Now the police entered our “Mother’s house” as if they were at their home, without introducing themselves, took the girls as things and took them away in an unknown direction. ” Baynazarova also expressed concern for the lives of the victims.

In addition, Svetlana Anokhina noted that the girls contacted her and said that everything is supposedly fine and that “there is no need to make a fuss.” “I do not believe for a second that these statements are voluntary. We talked with these girls for a year, and for a year they confirmed their desire to ask for help, ”she said. According to the human rights activist, the police handed over the girls to their relatives, and soon they will be taken to Dagestan.

As reported by Novaya Gazeta, the Ministry of Internal Affairs of the Republic of Tatarstan is “hearing about it for the first time”. “While we are finding out,” – said the department.

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