Unlawfully detained Asan Chapukh hospitalized with internal bleeding - Lawyer
Crimean Tatar activist Asan Chapukh has internal bleeding which was found after he was hospitalized in the 6th city hospital of Simferopol.
Chapuh’s lawyer from Crimea Ayder Azamatov informed QHA media about his state.
According to the lawyer, Chapukh was put on a drip, and for two days now he has been forbidden to eat food on a special diet.
Today I met with Asan Chapuh. According to the doctors, he has gastritis. Being under house arrest, he fell and he needed urgent hospitalization. He was given the necessary help, and he feels better now. I did not communicate with the doctors, but Asan-aga assumes that he will stay in the hospital for at least 10 days. Tomorrow it will be known that if he will be able to eat, and, most likely, he will know how long he is to stay in the hospital.
Azamatov said that Chapukh was allowed visits of relatives.
Meanwhile, the elderly Crimean Tatar is under the surveillance of Russian security officials, he is wearing an electronic bracelet, and special equipment was installed in the hospital to monitor its movement.
The public organization Crimean Solidarity reported that on January 7, 2019, Asan Chapuh was urgently hospitalized in one of Simferopol hospitals.
The lawyer Azamatov noted that, taking into account the state of Chapukh’s health, the court hearing on the “Vedzhie Kashka case”, scheduled for January 9 would be postponed.
Earlier, on December 4, 2018, the Kyiv District Court of Simferopol extended the arrest of the persons involved in the “Vedzhie Kashka case” – Bekir Degermendzhi, Asan Chapukh, Kazim Ametov and Ruslan Trubach – for three months.
We tried to catch the signal at the frequencies of seven Ukrainian radio stations. And were able to catch the signal of two stations only in two settlements. It is on those frequencies on which Ukrainian radio stations should be that Russian stations broadcast, the human rights activist said.