In the Novosibirsk region, Natalia Oganisyan, a teacher from the school of the Oyash village, opened a criminal case on an article on extremism after a conflict with the mother of one of the students, a native of Uzbekistan, at a parent meeting. Oganisyan called her "boorish" and advised "to learn Russian." About this reports "NGS.Novosti" with reference to the documents provided by a member of the movement "For Human Rights" Vasily Eryukov.
The mother of the schoolgirl wrote a statement to the prosecutor. World Court ruled on administrative offense. According to the testimony of the witness, the district prosecutor's office also concluded that Oganisyan called the woman insulting to citizens from Central Asia and offered to “go home.”
Now Oganisyan is charged with part 1 of article 282 of the Criminal Code of the Russian Federation (incitement of hatred or hostility, as well as humiliation of human dignity).
According to Eryukov, the defendant in the pretrial order blocked bank accounts, as it was included in the federal list of terrorists and extremists.
School director Anton Dimitryuk, who is a witness, claims that Oganisyan did not insult the girl’s mother’s nationality. At the same time, he admitted that she made a “rude remark” – she said “learn Russian”. According to the director, the school has no complaints about the teacher.