Journalist Yevgenia Rodionova, whose mother takes care of the elderly, said on her Telegram channel that in Penza, social workers were ordered to deliver summonses to the military registration and enlistment office. Mediazona drew attention to this.
“Yesterday, on Saturday evening, in a working chat, the leadership of the social service announced the need for all employees to arrive on Sunday by 6 am. Without explaning the reason. Today we had a briefing, gave memos, allocated a company car, ordered to deliver summons to the military registration and enlistment office from home, ”writes Rodionova.
She also said that the employees were disbanded into groups. One group: driver + 4 female social workers. “The plan for the day for everyone is 2500 subpoenas for signature. Women of pre-retirement age were forced to go from apartment to apartment, to hand over subpoenas,” the journalist added.
On September 22, it was reported that teachers from Buryatia were forced to write and deliver summonses to residents who were to be mobilized at night. In Ulan-Ude, students of the Buryat State University subject to mobilization were taken directly from classes.
Recall that on September 21, Vladimir Putin announced a "partial" mobilization. According to Defense Minister Sergei Shoigu, "about 300,000 reservists" will be mobilized. However, the agendas are handed out indiscriminately. In particular, they are handed out in police stations after arrests at anti-mobilization protests that are taking place throughout Russia.
Even the dead are called. In St. Petersburg, the police came to a local resident and handed a summons to the draft board addressed to her uncle, who died nine years ago. In Buryatia, they tried to call for war a man who died two years ago.
In the meantime, military enlistment offices and administrative buildings began to burn with renewed vigor in Russia. They began setting fire to military registration and enlistment offices across the country immediately after Russia's invasion of Ukraine on February 24, but now the phenomenon seems to have become widespread, and the buildings of territorial administrations are already being burned.