Огтай Гюлалыев

Огтай Гюлалыев

Baku / 06.05.19 / Turan: On May 6, in the morning, human rights activist Oktay Gulalyev was summoned to the main criminal investigation department of the Ministry of Internal Affairs, where he spent several hours.

"The head of the Main Criminal Investigation Department, Arzu Dashdamirov, and other department officials spoke to me. The meeting was held in a normal situation. They expressed concern about my posts on facebook about the facts of repression and torture," the human rights activist told Turan.

In addition, the police were interested in Gulaliyev"s publications on the "Ganja Case".

"I drew attention to the fact that in the "Ganja case" I just distributed the appeal of the parents about the torture of the defendants, noting the importance of investigating these facts," Gulaliyev said.

Recently, Gulalyev has published a number of posts about torture of those accused in the "Ganja case", which they described at the trial.

* On July 3, 2018, in Ganja, an attempt was made on the then head of the city, Elmar Veliyev. A native of Ganja, Younis Safarov wounded him and the head of the city bodyguard. After that, on social networks, a protest rally was scheduled for July 10 in front of the Ganja administration against Veliyev.

On July 10, the Ministry reported on the unrest in Ganja, during which two police officers were killed. Then began mass arrests among believers. In total, more than 70 people are brought to criminal responsibility. Another six people were killed while providing armed resistance.

Convictions have already been issued to three groups of accused, totaling 25 people, who have been sentenced to terms ranging from five to 8 years in prison for participating in riots and violence against police officers. -03B06-

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