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Scandalous video from social networks commented in the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Kazakhstan

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The dismissed deputy head of the course of the Karaganda Academy of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of the Republic of Kazakhstan will no longer be able to work in the internal affairs agencies, the ortcom.kz reports.

First Deputy Minister of Internal Affairs of Kazakhstan Zhanat Suleimenov, in the course of a press conference in the Central Communications Service, responded to journalists’ questions and commented on the case of the dismissal of an employee of the Karandinskaya Academy after the publication of the scandalous video.

In social networks, an employee of the Karaganda Academy of our Ministry made a video message with congratulations on the occasion of the New Year. On this fact, the Department’s own security department conducted an on-site inspection, an office investigation following which the deputy head of the course was dismissed from the internal affairs authorities for negative reasons, which will not allow him to recover in the internal affairs bodies in the future, said Zhanat Suleimenov .

Also, the Major General stressed that Tastabekov A.R. He was not a teacher, and was the deputy head of the course, responsible for marching questions.

In addition, as the police major general noted, the dismissal of the acting head of the academy is not related to this case.

As regards the appointment of a new head of the academy, this happened after the new year. But the release of the head of the academy, the former major general of police Zhanat Tabuldinovich Kenzhetayev, is not connected with this case, because he had already filed a release report in early December due to the age limit. Therefore, there is a pure coincidence here, explained Zhanat Suleimenov.

Recall, on January 1, 2019, a video appeared in the network in which the ex-employee of the Karaganda Academy congratulates his colleagues in an unsuitable form on the New Year.

Source: Central Communications Service of the Ministry of Information and Communications of the Republic of Kazakhstan

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