According to a report, a video of a Russian student removing a picture of President Vladimir Putin from his classroom wall has gone viral – a day before planned protests in protest against poison Kremlin critic Aleksey Navalny.
According to reports by East2West News, Elina Morozova, a Yaroslavl student, believed to be 16 years old, was ordered to accompany her father to the police station.
Videos of school children changing pictures of Putin in their classrooms with Navalni are becoming viral on Tickcock.
According to the news outlet, Kishore has clearly not broken any law by removing the photo of the strongman, so there is no punishment, at least for now.
Alina, who posted a video of her act on Tikotok, said, “Alexei Navalny’s arrest echoes not only among young people, but also among adults.”
“On TikTok, it’s impossible not to notice the resonance – everything about it screams, even jokes about it appear,” she said. “I didn’t feel that this video would get 2 million views outright.”
The girl said that her teacher and school director have confronted her about her actions.
“They all had different opinions about my work, and they have the right to do so,” Kishore said.
But the President’s portrait is not, by law, a symbol of the state, he said, explaining why it is not illegal to remove it.
“With my video, I expressed my civic status to which everyone in the school has authority,” Alina said.
But her teachers eventually reported her to the police, Alina said, adding they had a “preventive conversation” with her about the incident.
Russia’s Ministry of Education issued a statement urging parents to “shield” their children from the events planned on Saturday, stating that “anyone should be able to teach young people various political actions and It is not right to pull in provocations. “
Meanwhile, police in Moscow detained three top naval aides on Thursday evening.
On Friday, disgruntled prison spokesman Kiara Yarmish was ordered to spend nine days behind bars, while Georgie Alburov was jailed for 10 days.
Navalny’s close associate Hunov Sobol was released late Thursday, but the court ordered a fine of $ 3,300. All three have been accused of violating protest rules.
More than a dozen activists and naval aides have also been detained in several Russian regions.
With plans for protests by his supporters on Saturday, Russia’s Prosecutor General’s office and police have issued a public warning against attending or calling unauthorized rallies.
Prosecutors also sought Russian media and Internet watchdog Roskomnadzor, restricting access to websites with calls to protest.
Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov said on Friday that “it is only natural that the warning … about possible consequences related to non-compliance with the law” since “there are calls for unauthorized, unlawful incidents.”
Moscow Mayor Sergei Sobyanin urged residents not to attend the rally, citing coronovirus concerns, calling the demonstration “illegal”.
Navalny was arrested on Sunday when he returned to Russia from Germany, where he spent nearly five months recovering from the venom of the nerve-agent that he accuses the Kremlin of.
On Monday, a judge ordered him to go to jail for 30 days for alleged violation of the suspended prison sentence in the embezzlement case, in which he insisted that he was sent to jail.
With post wires