Now there are rallies against mobilization in many cities of Russia. Activists are loaded into paddy wagons.
This was reported by the website of the TV channel Rain.
Most of the protesters are women. They are against the mobilization of their husbands, fathers, sons.
Protests are taking place in Moscow, St. Petersburg, Perm, Yekaterinburg, Grozny and other cities. People are packed into paddy wagons.
The Moscow prosecutor's office threatens protesters with imprisonment of up to 15 years.
In St. Petersburg, the girls who came out to protest stood in a clutch, the police are trying to detain them.
The rally was also dispersed in Chechnya, which is led by Ramzan Kadyrov.
Recall that this morning on September 21, Vladimir Putin announced the beginning of "partial mobilization" in the Russian Federation. It is reported that the call will affect 300,000 reservists.