Ramzan Kadyrov had to dismiss the Head of Department of the Federal Migration Service of Chechen Republic because his daughter was fighting on the side of Syrian terrorists
The Head of Chechen Republic Ramzan Kadyrov dismissed the Head of the Department of the Federal Migration Service (FMS) of Chechen Republic Asu Dudurkaev. The Head of Chechen Republic reported on his official page in social networks that the decision to dismiss Dudurkaev was made because his daughter was fighting in the army of Wahhabis in Syria.
"Dudurkaev, as the Head of one of the important structures, does not have the moral right to talk to the subordinates about the morality and ethics, patriotism and religion. His own daughter is fighting in the army of Wahhabis and bandits, who shed blood of civilians and blow up the Islamic sanctuaries in Syria," Kadyrov said.
He also noted that the residents of the Republic complained of "poor work of the department", "rudeness, tactlessness, red tape", and "the desire to compel citizens to make remunerations" on the part of its staff. In connection with the mentioned above the Head of Chechen Republic suggested that Asu Dudurkaev should get his discharge.
It is worth mentioning that previously Kadyrov denied the information that Chechen people are fighting in Syria.
"I have to distress everyone who thinks he saw Chechens on the border of Turkey and Syria. There are no Chechens there. There are no those Chechens in Syria, who left Russia due to different circumstances and live in other states," he said this summer.
Later the grand mufti of Syria Sheikh Ahmad Badreddin Hassoun reported that thousands of mercenary soldiers, among which there are a lot of natives of Russia and of the CIS countries, were fighting on the side of the terrorists in Syria.