An associate of the head of Chechnya, Ramzan Kadyrov, United Russia deputy Adam Delimkhanov began to threaten Russian students: he promised that his people would come for anyone who publicly opposes the war and Russian President Vladimir Putin. Delimkhanov stated this on the air of the Grozny ChGTRK.
According to a State Duma deputy (who at one time threatened to cut off the heads of family members of the Chechen judge Saidi Yangulbaev), he has some kind of instruction from Kadyrov to monitor what students of Moscow State University, MGIMO and other universities say and write.
Adam Delimkhanov addressed the Russian youth: “Those who have sold their country, their homeland, as they say, their values and have not been brought up in a religious sense, in traditional family values, they allow themselves to write whatever they want, find fault with our country. They find such terms, words that infringe on all of us. I want to tell you. Starting from Moscow State University, MGIMO, all Russian universities. We already have an instruction from Ramzan Akhmatovich that we monitor with our representatives in each region. If the services there can't cope, we can handle it. And we will hold everyone responsible for defiling and insulting our country, our anthem, our constitution, our president. You will all be responsible for this."
Earlier, The Insider reported that two students were expelled from the Faculty of Journalism of Moscow State University, who condemned the “patriotic” Z-action of third-year student Stepan Antropov on social networks. Five students, including the head of the course, were severely reprimanded. According to the interlocutor, the decision was made at the “ethics commission” in this case with the participation of the dean of the Faculty of Journalism Elena Vartanova, who was “adamant”.
Antropov came to the university wearing a T-shirt with a Z-symbol and waving the flag of the "LPR". Classmates in the chat reminded him that any political activity within the walls of the university is prohibited. However, their personal data was then distributed through "patriotic" Z-channels.