The occupying law enforcement officials arrived at 6 am.
“We went to the garage, where they allegedly found papers with separatist statements,” said the first deputy chairman of the Mejlis of the Crimean Tatar people, Nariman Dzhelyal.
According to Dzhelyal, the security forces, finding flyers, break opened the front door to the house. In one of the rooms they allegedly found a bottle with a powdery substance.
After the search of Ruslan Bekirov, the security officers took them away; according to their relatives, they were not told exactly where.
Crimean Tatar activist Dlyaver Bekirov, who also experienced the so-called "operational search activities" today, said that his son was "not engaged in any political or social activities."
QirimInfo is monitoring the situation. Recall the morning of April 30, occupants' security forces broke into the houses of the Crimean Tatar activists.