17 June 2017, 03:51

Woman from Kaspiysk complains of beating up after criticizing her house developer

Aishat Alieva, a resident of Dagestan, has demanded to bring to criminal liability the man who struck her after she expressed her dissatisfaction with the quality of her apartment in a new building, said the advocate Sapiyat Magomedova. According to the Kaspiysk GOVD (City Interior Division), Alieva's statement is now being checked.

The incident occurred on June 13 in Kaspiysk, in the yard of a new residential house, Sapiyat Magomedova told the "Caucasian Knot" correspondent.

According to her story, on June 13, tenants of the new house invited employees of the housing inspectorate to show them the revealed builders' blunders in their apartments.

Alieva received a brain concussion and wrote an application to the police, asking to bring the offender to criminal liability.

The advocate has noted that at the time of the attack, Alieva was video recording the incident and captured the attacker's face.

Earlier, Alisultan Shikhshabekov, a resident of Kaspiysk, also accused the same man of beating. According to his version, on April 27, he came to the office of the construction company to check payment documents for his apartment, and was beaten up there by three men.

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

Source: CK correspondent

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