The General Prosecutor's office demanded to withdraw from ex-Senator Arashukova property almost half a billion rubles
The Prosecutor General's office sued the family of ex-Senator Rauf Arashukov a civil Claim for exemption in favor of the country property on almost 1, 5 billion rubles, said the press service of the Ministry.
The investigation revealed that during the period of work in the organs of state power and local self-government and Raul Rauf Arashukov bought 75 properties, and among them five flats and nine houses, three-storey hotel " adiyuh Palace ", a restaurant, a bath complex, land 7, 14, motor vehicle and other luxury items.
Raul Arashukov in the period from 2007 to 2017 received salaries 65 million 917 thousand Rubles. while Rauf from 2009 to 2018 years - fifteen million 651 thousand 125 roubles. At the same time they acquired the property on one billion 469 million 127 512 thousand rubles.
the attorney General stressed that Arashukova checked property to relatives, personal drivers and security guards, to hide it from supervisors.
The suit filed in the Supreme court with a petition for change of jurisdiction, as its objective consideration of the place of registration of the defendants impossible.
Arashukov Rauf was arrested in January last year. He sewed the most serious transgressions: participation in an illegal group, killing 2 people and witness tampering.
Also arrested his father, the adviser of the head of "Gazprom Mezhregiongaz" Raul Arashukov. According to the UK Arashukov, Sr. created and organized crime groups involved in the theft of 30 billion rubles from " Gazprom ".
later a lawsuit was filed four criminal cases on the embezzlement, the story is about the transfer from the accounts of "Gazprom gas distribution Stavropol" about 760 million rubles on the balance controlled by Raul Arashukov firms, as well as the theft of almost 16 million With fictitious employment in the same organization his wife Nellie and daughter Camilla Agoevoy. Both are wanted.
Under arrest remain Arshakovich and relatives, and their friends, who held high positions in the gas companies of the North Caucasus.