The head of the Russian Investigative Committee, Alexander Bastrykin, demanded a report because he received a message about a violation of the rights of residents of one of the apartment buildings in Tyumen. The press service of the department reports this.
“Bastrykin received an appeal in the comments on the account of the VKontakte information center about disagreement with the progress in establishing the circumstances of the violation of the rights of residents of an apartment building on Industrialnaya Street in Tyumen. The Chairman of the Investigative Committee of the Russian Federation requested from the head of the Investigative Committee of Russia for the Tyumen Region, Alexander Kublyakov, a report on the preliminary and final results of the investigation,” the press service of the Investigative Committee clarifies in its telegram channel.
The building, built in 1960, has numerous technical damages, including leaks in the drainage and water supply systems, faulty electrical wiring, and the brickwork of the facade is collapsing. Citizens, including disabled people, minors and pensioners, are forced to live in unsafe conditions, the department noted. This situation has become widespread in the media and social media.