Basmanny court of Moscow arrested the founder and the General Director of company “Ntpharma” Rustam Ataullakhanov and Jane Sultanova on the case of plunder of one billion roubles allocated by the Corporation “Rosnano” on the construction of pharmaceutical manufacturing plant in the Yaroslavl region. The first was sent to prison, and second under house arrest. Poisoned into custody and the detainee along with them the mayor of the city of Pereslavl-Zalessky Denis Koshurnikova, despite the suggestion of the prosecution to release him on bail.

As reported by RIA “Novosti”, the alleged beneficiary of the company Ataullahanov judge Yulia Safina was taken into custody until 16 January 2017, having satisfied the petition of the investigation. He, according to the investigator, is suspected of complicity in organization of embezzlement of funds of “RUSNANO”. According to the investigation, being the founder of the company and fully controlling, he gave instructions to the Director General of the company Yevgeny Sultanov to transfer money to accounts controlled firms.

According to the suspect’s lawyer Alexander Artemov, blood coagulation was not, and is the founder of “Ntpharma”. The suspect doesn’t admit guilt. “My opinion is that I am the head and sole interested party to theft, is that the Finance I had no relationship, I do not consider myself guilty,” said the court, Ataullakhanov.

According to his lawyer, the case lacks “any evidence of embezzlement of funds”. “The money was transferred for purchase of equipment and research production. The investigation says that the money was stolen, and the work is not carried out. However, no evidence of this,” said the defender.

Also, the court sent under house arrest until 16 January 2017 and Jane Sultanova, a suspect in the embezzlement of funds of “RUSNANO”. As reported by “Interfax”, this decision was made by the judge Natalia Dudar. Protection will not appeal the decision.

According to the lawyer Mikhail Sazanov, Sultanov “was not involved in the distribution of criminal income.” “The organizers are not installed,” – said the lawyer, explaining that his client pleaded guilty to aiding and abetting.

According to “Kommersant”, the sultans has already signed a pre-trial agreement on cooperation.

Investigators arrested Sultanova Ataullakhanov and November 16, together with the mayor of Pereslavl-Zalessky Denis Koshurnikov, who is suspected of “abuse of powers of office with causing of heavy consequences”.

Koshurnikov arrested despite the offer of the prosecution to release him on bail

The prosecution asked the Basmanny court to conclude the mayor of Pereslavl-Zalessky into custody. “The investigation is too early came to the court with the petition for election measures of restraint. We believe that such a strict measure of restraint is chosen to be. It is premature,” – quoted Prosecutor “Interfax”.

“I think imprisonment is too severe measure. Is to elect a measure not involving deprivation of liberty, such as bail,” said the Prosecutor.

Despite this, the court held that the petition of the investigation to satisfy the “Elect against Koshurnikova a measure of restraint in form of detention until 16 January 2017″, – announced the decision of the judge Artur Karpov.

Lawyer Alexander’in vowed to appeal the court’s decision.

As explained in SK, starting in 2010, JSC “RUSNANO” invested in the LLC “Ntpharma” more than a billion rubles for the construction of pharmaceutical production on the territory of Pereslavsky district, Yaroslavl region, however, work on the implementation of the project for many years was not carried out, and funds were squandered.

To create visibility of work execution Ataullakhanov and sultans in 2011 acquired from Koshurnikovo owned by OOO “Protekt” land in the national Park “Plescheevo lake.” Koshurnikov, which at the time of the transaction was the head of the Pereslavl district, gave permission for the construction without written consent of MNRE.

The court arrested the suspects in the embezzlement of funds of “RUSNANO” 18.11.2016

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