Some of the detainees at the protests were immediately handed subpoenas at the police station.
This is reported by the Russian public organization OVD-info.
According to them, more than 1,313 people were detained during protests against partial mobilization in Russia during the day.
Also, Russian Telegram channels report that in Moscow police departments, detainees at protests against mobilization were handed summons to the military registration and enlistment office.
In addition, since the decree on partial mobilization, in Russia, in general, they began to distribute subpoenas more actively. They are given at work. Even janitors are involved in the distribution.