A group of women-activists of Hizb ut-Tahrir religious extremist group were detained in Kyrgyzstan. The press service of the Main Department of Interior of Chui province informs.
According to the data, the employees of the 10th unit of the Main Department of Interior together with the Department of the National Security Committee of Chui province conducted large-scale special operation in the places of residence of activists of the organization, prohibited in the territory of the Kyrgyz Republic.
Operational activities were conducted simultaneously on 5 residential address members of Hizb ut-Tahrir. A large number of extremist materials in electronic and printed form, as well as other prohibited literature that promotes the idea of a worldwide caliphate were confiscated. Banned books, diaries, CDs, notebooks and numerous leaflets were revealed and confiscated in the house of one of the leaders of Hizb ut-Tahrir - a 35-year-old resident of Tokmak. During operational activities it was established that members of this group actively recruited young girls and trained them weekly. The youngest of the girls was 16 years old. The operation resulted that five women were taken to the internal affairs bodies, including the leader of the group.
Currently, all the collected materials were transferred to the Investigation Department of the National Security Committee for further investigation. The Operative-search activities aimed at establishing and detention of other members of Hizb ut-Tahrir and suppression of their illegal activities in the Kyrgyz Republic are being held.