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Tragedy in Isfara: a mother and three children died from carbon monoxide poisoning

Tragedy in Isfara: a mother and three children died from carbon monoxide poisoning.

On February 18, in the Tukhtaguli microdistrict of the city of Isfara, a woman and her three children were killed as a result of carbon monoxide poisoning. Due to the lack of electricity and cold weather, the family of a resident of the Tukhtakulinsky district of Isfara Muslikhiddin tried to warm up by heating the house with coal.
As a result of carbon monoxide poisoning, three children and their mother died in the hospital.

This is far from the first time that people in Tajikistan have died due to carbon monoxide poisoning, as there is no electricity to heat the house.
In recent years, we have repeatedly witnessed such events.

The political movement “Group 24” expresses condolences to the families and friends of the victims of this tragedy.

Rahmonov’s dictatorial regime has been promising people energy independence for years. Back in 2007, when Rahmonov(The President of Tajikistan since 1994) sold shares of the Rogun hydroelectric power station to the population, he promised that by 2012 Tajikistan would achieve energy independence and the population would be fully provided with electricity all year round.
But Rakhmonov, as always, did not keep his promises and
the construction of the Rogun hydroelectric station continues to this day.

In 2016, in his annual message, Rahmonov reiterated that in three years Tajikistan will fully provide its population with electricity. But this time too, Rakhmonov lied.
Everyone is well aware that Rahmonov is selling electricity to neighboring countries to line his pockets.
Only according to official data
in the first six months of 2022, almost 734 million kilowatt hours of electricity were exported from Tajikistan to Afghanistan. After the Taliban government came to power, Tajikistan increased electricity supplies to Afghanistan.

This act of Rahmonov is the real betrayal of his people and homeland. How can you sell electricity when the population of Tajikistan suffers from lack of electricity in winter and dies from frostbite and carbon monoxide poisoning?

Political movement “Group 24”

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