The Parliamentary Committee on Foreign Affairs, Defense, and Security has sent an urgent appeal to the relevant government agencies on the disappearance of public figure Orhan Inandi.
The text of the appeal:
On May 31, 2021, Orhan Inan, President of Sapat Educational Institution, well-known educator, Candidate of Pedagogical Sciences, Associate Professor, Laureate of the Medal of Honor of the Kyrgyz Republic, public figure, was abducted by unknown individuals in Bishkek. His whereabouts are still unknown. The shocking news spread like wildfire, causing panic in the Kyrgyz community. Civil society, education teachers, thousands of alumni, and their parents have expressed concern and called on the authorities to take decisive action.
The crime was also covered in the international media and made headlines. Kyrgyz President Sadyr Japarov also reacted to the disappearance of Orhan Inandi, instructing the State Committee for National Security and the Interior Ministry to intensify the search and attract additional forces.
The Kyrgyz intelligentsia, led by Roza Aitmatova, has also expressed concern and called on the country’s leadership to continue its efforts to find survivors.
In his address to the President and the Jogorku Kenesh, prominent members of the public noted that the fate of Orhan Inan is closely linked not only with his personality but also with the independence of Kyrgyzstan. According to them, no external force should infringe on the dignity and life of a respected teacher, a Kyrgyz citizen, who has made a significant contribution to the education system of independent Kyrgyzstan.
Article 24 of the newly adopted Constitution of the Kyrgyz Republic of April 11, 2021, states: “The Kyrgyz Republic shall ensure the rights and freedoms of all persons within its territory and under its jurisdiction. No one shall be discriminated against on the basis of sex, race, language, disability, ethnicity, religion, age, political or other beliefs, education, origin, property or another status, or any other circumstance. ” We adopted the Constitution to ensure the rule of law, justice, and equality.
Therefore, no one has the right to overturn the confidence in the new Constitution and the new government. It is the duty of the relevant law enforcement agencies to investigate this criminal and resonant incident, which took place in the capital of our country in the middle of the night and to reveal the real situation.
There is speculation in the community that this was done with foreign intervention. If the hypothesis is confirmed, one of the main tasks of the state is that the Cabinet of Ministers must take decisive steps to protect the rights of our citizens from violence abroad.