Source Pravda.Ru

Rosselkhozbank staff member attacked in Chechnya

An attack has been made on Shavazh Abdulmuslimov, the head of the Rosselkhozbank subsidiary, in the Groznensky district of Grozny. Abdulmuslimov was carrying 5 million roubles ($175,000), Chechen law-enforcers told RIA Novosti on Tuesday.

"At about 10.30 am yesterday, six criminals shelled a Zhiguli car from an automatic rifle on the road near the Raduzhnoye settlement of the Groznensky district. Abdulmuslimov and a security guard of the bank were in the car," said the source.

As a result, Abdulsalimov was wounded, and the assailants disappeared from the site with the money.

According to the source, the stolen money was to be paid as wages for Rosneftegaz workers.

Investigation is under way.

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