Russian military have arrested a former executive of a fish bureau whose employees complained to President Vladimir Putin about a reserve of delinquent salary during a call-in promote this month, a TASS news group reported Thursday.
Natalya Kashkarova, a former conduct of a “Ostrovnoy” fish bureau on a Far Eastern Kuril Islands, was scheduled to seem before a decider on Thursday, who will order on either to sanction her arrest, a Interfax news group reported.
She was incarcerated a day progressing on a island of Shukotan and escorted to a informal core of Yuzhno-Sakhalinsk to face court, a orator for a informal prosecutor’s bureau said, Interfax reported.
Earlier this year, a justice in Yuzhno-Sakhalinsk found Kashkarova guilty of unwell to compensate 2 million rubles ($30,630) in behind salary due to workers, and handed down a dangling 2.5-year sentence, Interfax reported.
During Putin’s call-in promote this month, fish bureau workers complained about severe operative conditions on Shikotan and salary delays.
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