Azerbaijani Prosecutor General’s Office disseminates information about former MP candidate’s detention
Azerbaijan, Baku, Jan.28 / Trend K. Zarbaliyeva /
The Azerbaijani Prosecutor General's Office has disseminated information about former MP candidate Bakhtiyar Hajiyev's detention, the Prosecutor General's Office told Trend.
A resident of the Ganja city, Bakhtiyar Hajiyev, born in 1982, passed a medical examination in the Nizami District Military Commissariat on Jan. 2, 2004 and was found fit for military service. The Military Commissariat granted him a deferment due to his studies in Agdash and later at the Baku State University and Khazar University.
However, Hajiyev did not report to the Military Commissariat upon the completion of the deferment term on June 30, 2006.
Hajiyev underwent repeated medical examinations at the Ganja City Nizami District Military Commissariat on July 10, 2010 and was found fit for military service. His name was included in the list of conscripts. He was appointed to the appropriate military unit to serve. However, Hajiyev did not report to the commissariat.
Hajiyev was detained on the Azerbaijani-Georgian border and taken to the commissariat on Nov. 19, 2010. He was offered to pass a repeat medical examination in connection with the call-up for military service. However, he refused and did not sign the conscription list.
The relevant materials were sent by the Nizami District Military Commissariat to the Ganja City Prosecutor's Office on Dec. 27, 2010.
Hajiyev was detained on the Azerbaijani-Georgian border and taken to the commissariat on Jan. 24, 2011, but again refused military service.
The Ganja City Prosecutor's Office filed a criminal case for dodging the draft.
An investigation is underway.