In Ingushetia, prevented more than 50 cases of blood revenge due to an accident

© Fotolia / Bits and SplitsЧеловек with a knife. Archival photoIn Ingushetia, prevented more than 50 cases of blood revenge due to an accident© Fotolia / Bits and Splits

The members of the conciliation Commission of Ingushetia were able to stop the escalation of the conflict in 50 cases, as a result of road accidents killed people, said the head of the Department of religious Affairs of the presidential administration of the Republic, Ali Seals at the meeting of the Commission with the participation of Yunus-Bek Yevkurov.

«For the timely identification of negative areas, leading to the confrontation and hostility of the parties, is monitoring the situation. A separate story — the cases of blood feud, due to an accident, on account of the 50 cases in which failed to stop the bloodshed. On the basis of the blood feud reconciliation took place in eight cases,» he said.

Seals added that are involved in this work, alims, religious leaders, respected elders, blood relatives of the parties and representatives of public authorities of the region.

In turn, the head of the Republic Yunus-Bek Yevkurov appealed to the elders to take an active part in raiding activities of the STSI in the resolution of land disputes, citizens ‘ assemblies, which are held weekly in the villages, in meetings with volunteers, various diasporas.

«I hope for your help and support in the future, because the impact of your influence on the social life of the Republic could help in solving many serious issues. We must continue to work in the same direction, paying attention, in the sphere of spiritual and moral development of the people, education of the younger generation in the spirit of patriotism and love of country, to ensure political and social stability in the region»,- said Yevkurov.

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