The investigators have detained the General Director of JSC “Makhachkalain” Magomed Murtazaliyev in the investigation of cases of mass poisoning of drinking water in Makhachkala, reported on the website of the Investigative Committee. He became the first detainee in the investigation of poisoning, from-for which the hospital has asked nearly 700 people.

Criminal case was brought on signs of the crime under part 1 of article 238 of the RF criminal code (rendering services not meeting requirements of safety of life or health of consumers). The Ministry said that the bodies of preliminary investigation will be to ask the court about the arrest of Murtazalieva.

The investigation established previously that at the end of October “Makhachkalateploenergo” in the water supply network of the city of Makhachkala served drinking water that does not meet the requirements of safety of life and health of consumers, the consumption of which caused mass
disease and treatment of residents to medical facilities with acute
intestinal infection. “As of November 2 this year in medical institutions
addressed 675 people, including 497 children in hospitals was
345 patients, of whom 246 children”, – reported in the TFR. There were no fatalities.

The head of Rospotrebnadzor, Anna Popova, who arrived in Dagestan, confirmed that the epidemic is associated with contamination of drinking water is insufficiently chlorinated, reminds “Interfax” .

On Wednesday evening the head of Dagestan Ramazan Abdulatipov met with Russian President Vladimir Putin and pointed to two reasons for the appearance of contagious water. First, in the Republic “about 10 days it rained”, and the sewer got waste water. Second, the sewage years has not been repaired. “Many companies, including “water”, was
handed over to the relatives of former leaders, and those people pumped
from there money for years and not actually allocated funds for
reconstruction and repair”, – he said.

In Makhachkala in the case of the poisoned water detained the Director of a water utility 03.11.2016

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