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Interior Ministry's military student claims Head of State Management Fund made a false bomb report
Kyrgyzstan | incidents | 14:26, 13 December 2017 | 1082
Duishenbek Zilaliyev

AKIPRESS.COM - A military student of the Interior Ministry's Academy claims Head of the State Property Management Fund Duishenbek Zilaliyev made a false report of a bomb threat to the government thoroughfare on the new president's inauguration day.

Criminal case into a false bomb report was launched, the National Security Committee said in a statement on December 13.

The report on a  bomb threat to the Manas ave./Moscow st. intersection, a part of the government thoroughfare, came on November 24.

According to the military student of the Interior Ministry's Academy, it was Duishenbek Zilaliyev who reported a bomb threat.

The testimonies of both sides are being checked as part of the ongoing investigation, the statement said.

Zilaliyev declined to give any comments.

The press service of the State Property Management Fund, for its part, denied Zilalyev made a bomb threat report. "He only made a remark on the outfit of the female student of the Academy of the Interior Ministry. She might mistook the word "forma" (uniform) with "bomba" (bomb)," the press service said.

A bomb threat report was made on November 24 at 09:15 on the president's inauguration day. The military student serving on that section of the road said she was approached by a driver of a black Lexus car and told about a bomb threat saying "this place is going to blow up soon." However, no explosives were found during the search.

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