Local security forces in the occupied Crimea are conducting searches in the homes of Crimean Tatar activists, the Head of the CEC of the Kurultai of the Crimean Tatar people Zair Smedlya reported on his Facebook page.
“A new wave of repression in Bakhchysarai. The searches began in the houses of Temur Ibragimov, Marlen Asanov, Memet Belyalov, Seyran Saliev," he wrote.
The Director of Crimean Tatar children's center Elif Lutfie Zudieva specifies that searches are conducted in five houses at the same time:
Suleiman Asanov (owner of the cafe "Salachyk") at the address: Bakhchysarai, 9 Chepurina st.
Seyran Saliev (activist, who is searched for the third time). Address: Bakhchysarai, 20 Mira st. apartment, 60.
Timur Ibragimov (civil activist). Address: Bakhchysarai, 14 Mira st.
Server Zekerjayev is searched at the address: Bakhchisaray, 16 Gordienko st.
Memet Belyalov (who lives on the street next to Suleiman Asanov).
Later it became known about the sixth person, who was searched - Gzhirov Ismail.
Earlier, QHA reported that on October 2, security officials in the Crimea conducted searches and detained Crimean Tatars Renat Suleymanov, Arsen Kubedinov, Seyran Mustafayev and Talyat Abdurakhmanov. Russian media immediately reported that the detained Crimean Tatars are part of the extremist organization Tablighi Jamaat