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“I introduced myself to a girl that I encountered, and asked her whether there are bribery cases at the university,” said Badalov. “The student accused me of asking a ‘misleading’ question and inciting provocation. Then she called the guards. The guard held my arm in an insulting way and took me outside. Later I wanted to question a different student outside of the university when the guard interfered and threatened him and told him not to answer the question. The guard took me inside and took my card and Dictaphone. The employees of the guard service demanded that I remove the cassette from the Dictaphone. In addition they took my student card and copied it. They said they would try to dismiss me from the State Oil Academy.”
Emin Badalov added that if he is not permitted to prepare a news report during his second attempt, he will sue the leadership of AIU (ABU).
IRFS attempted several times to learn the position of AIU’s leadership; however, it was impossible to get in touch with the university officials.