Explosions in the Moscow subway are a result of the Russian criminal toward Caucasus in general and Chechnya in particular, said Yuli Rybakov, a well-known human rights activist and a former state duma deputy.
The method used by Putin and Russia have led to adequate results.
"We have now a regime which is 10 times worse than what we had in the early 90s - Rybakov says. - An aggression, which is increasing every day and every year, is coming from the Caucasus in response to our actions.
In the beginning of this campaign, Muslims were fully unaggressive. The war made them aggressive. And it is not surprising: in Chechnya every fourth was killed in the war. Then why are we to be surprised that violence has returned to us? This is the result of our policy in the Caucasus".
"Violence and the abuse of human rights has continued in Chechnya", according to a number of human rights organizations. A number of aid workers and human rights activists have been abducted and murdered.
According to Amnesty International, "The authorities in Chechnya have continued to intimidate and persecute human rights defenders and those who seek justice for abuses. Several have been forced to leave the country due to threats to their lives", the CNN reports from Moscow.
Meanwhile, blasts in Moscow metro have seriously affected the working rhythm of the transport system of Moscow. Additional bus routes were organized, traffic police restricted entry to the city center to avoid traffic jams, taxi drivers turn up their prices for travel.
As some of Russian agencies wrote the subway attack paralyzed the transport system of Moscow. A third transport ring is standstill in a traffic jam.
The central part of the city is closed for cars. Several roads to Lubyanka metro station have been blocked. The same picture is in the vicinity of Park Kultury station.
Movement almost stopped on the outside of the Garden Ring.
"Meanwhile, Moscow taxi drivers decided to cash in on the tragedy", some Russian papers indignantly wrote.
People who came out of the subway are afraid to go down into the subway and hailing taxi, there are a lot of them, and cars in the center are quite a few. As RIA News reports, taxi drivers increased prices to almost 3,000 rubles ($ 100) per passenger for a short ride.
They are on duty at the subway stations where the explosions occurred, and inform citizens that the station is closed.
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