Friday , June 14 2024

Russia: Alexei Navalny's widow warns Putin, will have to pay the price soon

Russian President Vladimir Putin is reportedly famous for suppressing the voices of his opponents. Recently one of his opponents died in jail. He was kept under tight security, where he was found dead in his barracks. Alexei Navalny was serving a life sentence on charges of extremism and fraud. After his death, his widow Yulia shared a photo with her husband on Instagram and gave an open warning to Putin.

Alexei Navalny's widow, Yulia Navalnaya, said in her Insta post, 'I want to tell Putin and all his employees that they will not be forgiven for what they have done to our country, my family and my husband. We must fight Russia.” “Vladimir Putin must be held personally responsible for all the atrocities that have occurred in our country in recent years.”

Alexey was serving a 19-year prison sentence.

In the picture, opposition leader Alexey is seen kissing his wife on the forehead. Yulia Navalnaya, an economist by profession, said in one of her posts, “I love you.” Alexei Navalny, 47, was found dead in a Russian prison on February 16. He was sentenced to prison on charges related to extremism and fraud. He was kept under tight security in the Arctic Circle. He was in jail since January 2021 and was serving a 19-year sentence.

'Putin will have to pay the price, the time will come soon'

Vladimir Putin was criticized a lot for sending Navalny to jail. He was accused of acting out of revenge. Hours after Russian authorities announced Alexei's death in prison, his wife Yulia attended an event in Munich, Germany, where she launched a blistering attack on Russian President Vladimir Putin.

Alexey Navalny, his wife Yulia Navalnaya

Yulia said the Russian President would be 'personally responsible' if reports of her partner's death were true. He said, “Putin and his government lie all the time. I want her, her colleagues, friends and the government to know that they will have to pay the price for what they have done to our country, to my family, to my husband, and that day will come very soon.