In the occupied Crimea in Bakhchisaray, the Kremlin-controlled security forces are searching the home of the Crimean Tatar activist, Qurultay delegate, member of the city Mejlis of the Crimean Tatar people Mustafa Mustafayev. Head of the CEC of the Qurultay of the Crimean Tatar people Zair Smedlya informed about the search on his Facebook page.
“In Bakhchisaray, in the 6th microdistrict, the house of the Crimean Tatar activist Mustafaev Mustafa is being searched,” he wrote.
Activist Server Mustafayev wrote on his Facebook page that people are already gathering near Mustafa's house.
According to preliminary information, this search is related to the activities of Mustafayev's son, who does not live with him, but is registered with his father. The activist himself asked not to create panic and not to gather people near the house.
QHA reported that November 20, in the Simferopol area the security forces evicted of the Crimean Tatar family of the Seitnebievs from the house under the "court" order. During the eviction, physical force was used against the Crimean Tatars. According to preliminary information, the family was evicted because of problems with the documents.
Earlier a search was conducted in the home of a primary school teacher of the Crimean Tatar language Lenara Mustafayeva and her husband Mustafa.
After the search, Mustafa Mustafayev was taken to Sevastopol.
Later, Mustafayev's son told the details of the searches, saying that the security officials came to the family's house at 8 am and broke the doors.