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Call for movement against Putin in Russia

Call for movement against Putin in Russia
Call for movement against Putin in Russia

Russian President Vladimir Putin is going to send more troops to Ukraine to protect the country. For this, he has ordered the partial army members who are in reserve to join.

On Wednesday (September 21), Russian opposition groups called for a movement against Putin after his announcement.

Alexei Navalny, a staunch critic of Russian President Vladimir Putin, sent a video message from prison through his lawyer. There, he said, it is clear that this criminal war is getting worse. Putin is trying to involve as many people as possible. He wants to smear the blood of hundreds of people.

According to the Russian anti-war group The Vesna, this means that now every family and household member will be involved in this war. Our fathers and brothers and husbands will be crushed in battle.

The Vesna called on Russians to take to the streets in key cities on Wednesday.

On February 24, Russia launched a special military operation in Ukraine. Then there were accusations that Putin began to crack down on anti-war opponents. Moscow has made a new law punishable by 15 years in prison for spreading fake news against Russian soldiers.

Source: NDTV

Bangladesh Time: 1750 hours, September 21, 2022.
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