Source Pravda.Ru

In Chechnya criminals burned down the house of deputy head of Republic's administration

In the village of Mairtup, Kurchaloi district of Chechnya, criminals burned down the house of Usman Masayev, deputy head of the Republic's administration.

RIA Novosti learned from the Interior Ministry of the republic that late at night several bandits broke into the house, dragged the people who were inside into the street and searched it. After turning all the things upside down, the criminals poured gasoline on the house, and fled.

Nobody was injured in the incident. Usman Masayev was not in the house at the time of the attack, noted the interior Ministry. A criminal case has been opened.

Masayev was appointed deputy head of the administration a month ago. He headed the Chechen union of industrialists and entrepreneurs.

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