«If the situation with SapatCom doesn’t change — we will go on a hunger strike," former mayor of Bishkek Nariman Tyuleev, who came to the business center, said.
According to him, they will stand until they are allowed to go inside the building.
«About 700 people worked in the business center. They are ready to go on a hunger strike. This is all illegal," he said.
As previously reported, today at 6 am, about 200 policemen came into the business center and took everyone out of the building. Now SapatCom is cordoned off by law enforcement officials.
The Interior Ministry hasn’t given any official comments on the situation near the building of the business center.