The Russian security officers on June 19 searched the homes of Akseit Dzhandzhakov and his mother in Crimea. It is known that Akseit Dzhandzhakov is known to be absent during the search (he is now outside the peninsula), and another person lives in his house, The Crimean Solidarity reports on Facebook.
“The investigative measures are being taken at two addresses on Ceadir Kerman Street in Sary-Su in Crimea’s central Bilohirsk district. The search is finished in the house of Akseit Dzhandzhakov,” the message says.
The investigative actions took place in the house of the activist’s mother, where a 90-year-old grandmother Settarova Rebia also resides.
As The Journalist reported, Russian security forces in occupied Crimea conduct new searches in homes of Crimean Tatars.