Georgian Dream’s Activists Intimidated in Vani
Census of Georgian Dream’s activists might start in Vani district. Georgian Dream’s member Davit Sharashenidze from Chkvishi village blames district police inspector Otar Beltadze in his threatening.
Sharashenidze said Chkvishi district inspector Otar Beltadze warned him about expected census and drug tests of Georgian Dream’s activists.
“Beltadze met me in the village and said he was to census and drug-test every member of the Georgian Dream including me. It was not warning, it was threatening,” Davit Sharashenidze said.
Otar Beltadze works at the Vani district police department. We could not get in touch with him because initially different person answered our phone calls and then it was turned off.
Nobody commented on the fact from the Vani district police yet.
Mari Tabidze, Vani
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