The accomplice of “Bakhti Tashkentsky,” who had fled to Turkmenistan, was apprehended



Mass raids targeting criminal groups in Uzbekistan led to the arrest of Bakhtiyor Qudratullayev, also known as "Bakhti Tashkentsky," during the "Urgent 40 days" events last year. Subsequently, it has been reported that his accomplice, who had escaped to Turkmenistan, was captured as well, as per "Chroniki Turkmenistana."

Before the raids commenced, Uzbekistan's special services promptly informed their Turkmen counterparts that a member of the criminal group had illegally crossed the border on December 7. Despite initial escape, the suspect was tracked down in the house of Bibijon Jumanyozova, sister of Nargiza Jumanyozova, who had been arrested in Tashkent for criminal activities.

The Ministry of National Security of Turkmenistan was notified about the suspect's location, leading to his arrest on December 9. The following day, he was handed over to Uzbekistan's special services at the "Shovot" border customs post.

Notably, during the search at Bibijon's residence, 12 boxes of drugs originating from Uzbekistan were discovered. It was revealed that she was involved in drug smuggling, resulting in the opening of a criminal case against her.


Turkmaniston Baxti Tashkentskiy

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