Activist Marina Singh was detained in St. Petersburg. She was taken to police station No. 30, tricked out of the house.
The girl's lawyer told The Insider that the defense was not allowed to see the activist, under what article she was detained is unknown. The report on the delivery of the person who committed an administrative offense, according to the lawyer, states that Singh was detained for planning and organizing anti-war provocations in St. Petersburg, for calling for riots, inciting hatred and enmity.
“This is a quote from the protocol on the delivery of a person who committed an administrative offense. I don’t know what will or already is in the protocol on an administrative offense, since they didn’t let me in, ”said the lawyer.
A few hours before the arrest, the activist received a phone call from unknown persons, who introduced themselves as the parents of a child for whom they are looking for a tutor. According to OVD-Info, in the GetContact application, the number was defined as "Senior Inspector".
In January, Marina Singh and other activists were detained after they organized a rally against domestic violence. In February, she was arrested for 15 days after anti-war rallies.