According to reports, on Monday, a man in Russia opened fire on a drawing office in the Irkutsk region of the country, gravely injuring the drafting committee’s commander. The incident took place in Ust-Ilimsk, a city in the Siberian region with a population of around 85,000 people, according to the outlet. This is the most recent incident related to Russian President Vladimir Putin’s partial mobilization, which provoked significant protests across the country.
The shooter may be seen firing at the draughting office on social media videos. He can be seen firing at the official in one of the films, as other individuals who have been summoned for drafting flee. The shooter was later apprehended by police.
According to Reuters, the assailant has been identified as 25-year-old Ruslan Zinin. A number of draught offices have been targeted since Russian President Vladimir Putin declared a partial mobilization last Wednesday. Protests against the draught occurred over the weekend in Dagestan and Yakutia, two countries that have sent an inordinate number of men to the Ukraine conflict.
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