In the photo: Putin with Tajik President Emomali Rahmon
Dalerjon, a 30-year-old citizen of Tajikistan (he asked not to give his last name), instead of being deported, they decided to send him to the front against the will of Dalerjon himself. This is written by "Cold", with which the man got in touch. He was detained near St. Petersburg for illegal stay in Russia, after which the court ruled on deportation. After that, Dalerjon was placed in temporary detention for foreigners, where he spent 25 days.
During his stay in the center, he was forced to sign a certain paper, what was written there - he did not understand. Soon employees of the military registration and enlistment office arrived at the center.
“They didn’t explain anything, they gave me a piece of paper and told me to sign. I didn't understand what was there. After that [the center for temporary detention of foreigners] came to the military registration and enlistment office. I told them every day that I would not go to the war, but they sent me there anyway.”
On May 30, Dalerjon and several other foreigners were taken to a military unit in the Leningrad Region. The man insists that he did not sign a contract for military service, but in the center a certain man in military uniform said that everything had already been signed for him.
“In the military unit, we were told that everything had already been signed for us. I don't want to go to war, told them that I would go home. They said that [I could get home] only through the prison.”
According to him, the passport was taken away. Dalerjon also said that a citizen of Uzbekistan was with him, he also did not agree to go to the front. Also in this part are volunteers who are trained and go to the shooting range. Dalerjon does not.
On Saturday, June 3, he was unable to contact the consulate and embassy of Tajikistan, Kholod writes. The publication was also unable to promptly receive comments.
Earlier, The Insider wrote that mass detentions of citizens of Tajikistan began in Russia. Most of these incidents took place in Moscow, St. Petersburg and Khabarovsk. The detainees are beaten. On May 30, in Moscow, near the Mitino station, security forces detained more than 150 Tajik migrants, in addition, 50 Tajik citizens were detained in Krasnogorsk, Moscow Region. On May 29, a video was posted on social media showing Tajik migrants being escorted out of a school stadium in the Mozhaisk district of Moscow.