In Moscow, there have been cases of “raids” with subpoenas for reservists.
This was announced by a member of the Human Rights Council under the President (HRC) Kirill Kabanov in his Telegram channel.
According to Kabanov, one of these incidents occurred near the Shchelkovskaya metro station – police officers “grabbed everyone indiscriminately.” The HRC member condemned such methods of recruiting reservists.
I thought that the stories about the “raids” were fake, but I was informed by people whom I personally know and [которым] I completely trust”
said a public figure.
He noted that there is more harm from such actions than from Ukrainian propaganda.
He called the actions of the police and military commissars lawlessness and noted that the “raids” create a hostile attitude towards mobilization in society.
It is difficult to assess the moral and socio-political harm and consequences of such actions,”
summed up Kabanov.
Kabanov warned that the complaint of the detainees would not go unanswered: the HRC would send official appeals to the prosecutor’s office.
The purpose of the appeal is to find out which of the officials authorized the conduct of police raids in Moscow.
Upon learning of the incident, the head of the Federation Council committee on constitutional legislation and state building, Andrei Klishas, demanded a legal assessment of the actions of the security forces.
On the eve it became known that the military registration and enlistment office, despite the people’s reservations, sent subpoenas to five employees and the general director of the RDL-Telecom IT company.
When the reservists pointed out the illegality of the actions of the commissariat, the military registration and enlistment office retorted that “they do not care about all the documents and public services.”
Partial mobilization in the country began on September 21 by order of President Vladimir Putin. The Ministry of Defense decided to send 300,000 reservists to the front.
However, for employees of the IT sector, communications, state media, full-time students, bankers and large families, as well as for employees of defense enterprises, a system of deferrals and reservations was created.
Despite this, in many regions there were complaints about massive violations of human rights and the illegal conscription of those who should not be subject to mobilization.
Against the backdrop of a flurry of complaints, regional ombudsmen managed to return hundreds of illegally mobilized citizens home.
However, while the proceedings were going on, some of them had already died in the army.
A number of reservists who disagreed with the summonses sent, began to apply to the courts instead of going to the draft board, challenging the draft.
So, in Kostroma, a 45-year-old local resident suffering from diseases of the musculoskeletal system, through the court managed to get sent to the medical board instead of being drafted into the troops.