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MOSCOW, July 10 (Itar-Tass) - State Duma deputy from the Liberal Democratic Party of Russia (LDPR) Roman Khudyakov was exposed to an armed attack in Moscow on Tuesday, was injured and is being treated at the hospital without consciousness, the LDPR press service reported on Tuesday.
According to the LDPR communiqu·, the lawmaker was on the way home in his personal car on Tuesday evening. He was involved in the road conflict with the driver of a black jeep with temporary numbers in the area of the Berezhkovskaya Embankment. As a result Khudyakov’s car was professionally cut up and ousted to the roadside, a stone was hurled very precisely from the window of the car of the instigators of the conflict. Two robust men from the jeep met Roman, who got out from his car,” the LDPR press service said. “While one of them was making claims to Khodyakov over his ‘incorrect’ conduct on the road, another man has made two crushing strikes from the right in the temple of the deputy silently,” the press release said.
As a result of the incident the deputy was hospitalized unconscious with suspected brain concussion.
LDPR promises “to insist on a thorough investigation of all the details of the beating on the road, as they do always regardless the status of the injured party.”