The editor-in-chief of MK in Krasnoyarsk, Vladislav Pirogov, was mobilized for service, despite the right to deferment and serious health problems, the publication itself writes .
At the military registration and enlistment office, Pirogov provided a certificate stating that the publication where he works is a backbone organization in the field of information and communications, as well as medical certificates of health problems.
“Pirogov has diabetes, as well as heart disease. However, no one was interested in this moment. Like the fact that Pirogov graduated from Tomsk State University, which had a military department, but never served in the army, ”wrote MK in Krasnoyarsk.
The publication emphasizes that according to the data of the Ministry of Digital Development, registered media, radio broadcasters, TV broadcasters included in the list of backbone, involved in the production and distribution of information products, receive a deferment from partial mobilization. The authors of the article express bewilderment at the fact that the editor-in-chief was mobilized. At present, Pirogov has already left for the Novosibirsk distribution point.
On September 29, human rights activist Pavel Chikov reported that HIV-positive Russians are being drafted into the army despite their diagnosis. At the same time, the website Explains.RF explicitly states that HIV-infected people are not subject to mobilization. The site is an official Internet resource for informing about the socio-economic situation in Russia.
On September 26, a student with a whole range of diseases was mobilized in the Chelyabinsk region: pancreatitis, rhinitis, prostatitis, varicose veins and hemorrhoids.
In Krasnodar, a summons to the military registration and enlistment office was handed to a wheelchair user with the first group of disabilities.
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.
Recall that on September 21, Vladimir Putin announced a “partial” mobilization. According to Defense Minister Sergei Shoigu, "about 300,000 reservists" will be mobilized. But 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.
In the meantime, military enlistment offices and administrative buildings began to burn with renewed vigor in Russia. Setting fire to military registration and enlistment offices across the country began immediately after Russia's invasion of Ukraine on February 24, but now the phenomenon seems to have become widespread.