Source Pravda.Ru

Chechen Militants Attack Locals Who Get Compensation for Destroyed Houses

Militants in Chechnya are attacking locals who have received compensation for destroyed houses, the apparatus of the Chechen administration head told RIA Novosti on Tuesday.

A representative of the administration said that "in the village of Alkhan-Kala of the Grozny district alone two such crimes were registered last week." Earlier, criminals of a band led by a certain Galayev killed a man who had refused to give them the 60,000 roubles (approximately $2,000) he got as compensation. For the same reasons bandits kidnapped a girl in Alkhan-Kala on April 22nd, the administration representative added.

He stressed that "the people are concerned about the increasingly frequent criminal attacks and intend to appeal to the authorities with a request to ensure their security."

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