In the capital of Bashkortostan detained activist who tried to protest the point building.
As reported, at the house № 5 on the street of Shota Rustaveli is construction of a new high-rise buildings, however, according to residents, the construction led to cracks in the wall of their house.
According to the newspaper ProUfu.ru Wednesday, the activist Alla Yakovlev, who lives in a crumbling house, tried to approach the head of the Republic of radium Habirov, opened the fountain, but the guard and took her to the patrol car.
Yakovlev recorded a video message to Habirov calling to help and guide a new public discussion on the construction of high-rise buildings.
With the start of construction, according to residents, the wall of the house No. 5 went crack, and it is noticeable already inside the apartment. Authorities in response to residents ‘ complaints claim that the crack was formed in 2012 and is not associated with the ongoing construction.
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