Two natives of Dagestan, Aishat Saygidguseynova and Fatima Saygitova, who were abducted on October 18 from the crisis shelter “Mother’s House” in Kazan, were taken to Makhachkala. About it informs RBC with reference to Fatima’s father.
According to the interlocutor of the publication, human rights activist Svetlana Anokhina, who helped Aishat and Fatima escape, “twisted the girls’ heads and took them away”. “If I catch it, I’ll gouge my eyes out,” he threatened the human rights activist.
Fatima’s father also claims that the police did not come to the shelter for Saygidguseynova and Saygitova. “Not a single person came to see them, they called a taxi and left. They realized that they had been deceived, ”he said in a conversation with RBC. At the same time, the man did not explain what exactly the deception was.
October 18, founder and head of the Good Deeds charitable foundation Aliya Bainazarova and human rights activist Svetlana Anokhina reported “Novaya Gazeta” that the security forces broke into the Kazan shelter “Mother’s House” and took two natives of Dagestan Aishat Saygidguseynova and Fatima Saygitova. The activists added that the girls fled from the republic, as they were forcibly married off.
About an hour after the girls were taken away, they got in touch and statedthat everything is supposedly good 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, ”Anokhina noted.
After reports of girls being kidnapped, the police start check. The press service of the Ministry of Internal Affairs for Tatarstan told RBC that the police “checked all police departments, but no one did it.”
“You understand that anyone can put on a uniform. A check is being carried out, ”the department noted.