House of the relatives of the militants killed on December 4 in Grozny burned down in the village of Yandi, Achkhoi-Martan District, December 7 2014. Photo provided by the HRC ‘Memorial’ press-service.

11 May 2016, 12:35

"Life": houses of attackers on checkpoint burnt down in Chechnya

In Grozny, the houses of Shamil Djanaraliev and Akhmed Inalov who attacked a police checkpoint were burnt down, the "" quotes a female relative of Shamil Djanaraliev as reporting. Till present, the information has not been officially confirmed.

The "Caucasian Knot" has reported that on May 9, two armed men attacked a checkpoint in Grozny, and as a result, six policemen were injured. According to the Ministry of Internal Affairs (MIA), the attackers were identified as 28-year-old Shamil Djanaraliev and 25-year-old Akhmed Inalov.

Today, a female relative of Shamil Djanaraliev has reported that the houses of Shamil Djanaraliev and Akhmed Inalov in the Zavodskoi District of Grozny were burnt down.

"We were afraid, and we cannot even look at the direction of the house. We do not know if anything has left. Thank God that none of us was hurt," the woman has said.

According to her, the residents of the burnt-down houses were sheltered by their neighbours, the "" reports.

Till present, the causes of fire have not yet been revealed, the "" reports.

Full text of the article is available on the Russian page of 24/7 Internet agency ‘Caucasian Knot’.

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