Criticized Kadyrov resident of Chechnya, was asked to stop his quest

Missing a few days ago a resident of Ramazan Zalaldinov contacted the human rights activist Svetlana Gannushkina. Reports about it on its page in Facebook.

“Missing resident of the village of Kenkhi Ramazan Zalaldinov came out today contacted me and said that he is alive and well, is outside of Chechnya and it is not necessary to look for,” wrote human rights activist.

According to Gannushkina, Zalaldinov left of Kenkhi in the night from 2 to 3 November. The day before it together with his wife brought to Grozny to a meeting of first Deputy interior Minister of Chechnya Apti Alaudinov. According to a resident of Kenkhi, the Deputy Minister threatened that “if Zalaldinov will not cease to raise the problems of the village, it will suffer the same to consider that Yamadayev killed, the human rights activist Natalia Estemirova and the policy of Boris Nemtsov”. The human rights activist stressed that the words of Zalaldinov “recorded audio”.

After that, according to Gannushkina, the Chechen and his son’s passports were taken away, and the phone Djalalova thrown into the abyss. Near his home in Kenkhi has been exhibited police posts, but the “night of Ramazan Zalaldinov managed to sneak out of the village and risk their lives by crossing the mountain pass Centic connecting Chechnya with Dagestan.”

The disappearance Zalaldinov became known on 7 November. According to relatives of the men, November 3, he was planning to leave Chechnya with her son “because of advances in the construction of a new home injuries”, but was detained by police. After his release, the Chechens returned home, but the next day disappeared.

In April 2016 Zalaldinov recorded appealed to Russian President Vladimir Putin criticized local authorities. Chechen claimed that teachers delayed wages, and the Kenkhi is in a dilapidated condition after the war and floods. In early may the publication of the “Caucasian knot” reported that in the village he came to the head of Chechnya Ramzan Kadyrov.

Late Zalaldinov apologized to Kadyrov, stating that he made a mistake, “he was ashamed”