The “partial” mobilization announced by President Vladimir Putin continues to include people whom he, together with the Ministry of Defense, promised not to send to war. In the Chelyabinsk region on September 26, a student was mobilized with a whole range of diseases: pancreatitis, rhinitis, prostatitis, varicose veins and hemorrhoids. This is what his wife told about it.
According to her, Alexander was asked to come to the military registration and enlistment office "to verify the data", already on the spot they took away his military ID and handed the summons. The family could not “recapture” him - they only managed to buy Alexander the most necessary things. On the morning of the 27th, he was taken to a training camp in the village of Yelan in the Sverdlovsk region. At the same time, he and his colleagues were given only three to five days to prepare for the front.
Alexander is 27 years old, he and his wife have two small children. He works and studies at the university in absentia, he did military service six years ago. The man had health problems even before the army, but after that they intensified: he has gastritis, pancreatitis, allergic rhinitis, chronic prostatitis and hemorrhoids against the background of varicose veins. How he will fight is unclear. According to the publication, in the village where Alexander lives, out of 600 men, about 100 were mobilized.
“No health commissions, nothing. He went there with such a bouquet of sores. We asked for at least a day, but the military commissar said: “No, you are going tomorrow and that’s all!” The children are crying, everyone is in shock, we can’t imagine which bells to ring,” the woman says.
Everyone in a row falls under Putin's mobilization: information has already appeared in the media about dozens of cases of conscription of unfit people for service, how many of them actually are unknown.
Dozhd TV channel tells about a case when a young man with strabismus and recent vision correction surgery turned out to be a senior shooter. It happened in Primorye: after he was called to the military registration and enlistment office, the man was changed the category of validity on his military ID and sent to the artillery. From the military registration and enlistment office they came to his house on September 22 - he opened the door.
Summons are given to diabetics, the deaf and even the dead. 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 Krasnodar, a summons was brought to a 40-year-old wheelchair user. In the Vladimir region - a man who is deaf in one ear, sees nothing without glasses and has vertebral hernias. He was told that there was "nothing fatal" in his state of health.