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DUSHANBE, September 3 (Itar-Tass) - CEO of the company for the development of a major coal field Nazar-Ailok Nuriddin Temirov was shot down in the Rasht district, eastern Tajikistan, overnight to Tuesday, the press service of the Tajik Interior Ministry reported.
According to the Tajik law enforcement agency, the murder was committed overnight to September 3. “Unidentified killers entered a rest room of the directorate of the coal field, which is located in the district centre of Rasht, former Garm, and made several gunshots in Temirov, presumably from a Makarov pistol, at about 00:30 local time (11:30 Moscow time) on Tuesday,” the Interior Ministry reported. A heavily injured director was taken to the local clinic, where he died on the same night without regaining consciousness. “The search operation, which the local police have launched, was futile so far,” the departmental press service reported. A team of detectives and operatives was created and already came to the murder scene to investigate the murder and detain the criminals on the orders from Tajik Interior Minister Ramazan Rakhimov.