The head of the Investigative Committee of Russia (ICR), Alexander Bastrykin, ordered a report on a house in Kopeisk (Chelyabinsk region), in which there are no windows in the entrance, there is regularly no hot water, and there is mold on the walls. The department’s press service reported this on its Telegram channel.
“Bastrykin instructed to report on the results of an inspection regarding a complaint about improper maintenance of an apartment building in the city of Kopeisk, Chelyabinsk region. A resident of the house contacted the Chairman of the Investigative Committee of Russia in his reception room on VKontakte,” the press service of the Investigative Committee clarified.
A woman lives with her little daughter, who suffers from bronchial asthma. According to the complainant, in a five-story building built in 1979, there is no glass in the windows at the entrance, there is regularly no hot water, due to deterioration of communications there is a threat that the heating will be turned off altogether, mold forms in the living quarters due to dampness, which has a bad effect on the child’s health. Contacting the service organization does not bring results.
The Investigative Directorate of the Investigative Committee (IS IC) in the Chelyabinsk region has begun a procedural investigation into the woman’s appeal. Bastrykin instructed the acting head of the regional department, Alexei Kolbasin, to provide a report on the interim results of the audit and the decision made based on its results.
Earlier, Bastrykin instructed him to submit a report on orphans who received apartments in Chelyabinsk in a building unsuitable for living. There are cracks in the walls and the elevator is not working. In the apartment of one of the residents, the ceiling is crumbling.