College students in Tatarstan participated in the assembly of Iranian Shahed drones

Hundreds of Russian students from Alabuga Polytechnic College were forced to assemble Iranian Shahed drones. Some of them are minors. This is reported by the publication “Protocol” and the YouTube channel “RZVRT”.

The drone components are shipped from Iran. Initially, only first-year students who entered the college after the 9th grade of school were attracted to work. Now students of all courses are engaged in the assembly of UAVs.

“Just the day before yesterday they sent in 150 new second and third year students,” said one student.

Students say they sometimes have to work for days with no sleep and “virtually no food.” The administration of the university intimidates students, forbids them to talk about work. For violation, they face a fine of 1.5 to 2 million rubles.

“We don’t like it all very much, but you can’t get out of the project. Either you quit or you sit on the project, ”said one of the students. According to the Protocol, according to the agreement, the student is obliged to pay several hundred thousand rubles to the college upon deletion.

For the assembly of drones, students are paid from 30-40 thousand rubles. This official salary, the training program at Alabuga Polytechnic College assumes that students will be able to work from the first year. However, they are not paid overtime and weekend work.

Alabuga Polytechnic College administration also attracts girls from Africa to assemble Iranian drones. According to them, students are forced to get acquainted with them in the Tinder evaluation application and offer to come to study in Tatarstan. Last fall, it attracted dozens of African students in this way.

A plant for the production of Iranian Shahed drones is being built in the special economic zone (SEZ) “Alabuga” in Tatarstan. Initially, local entrepreneurs were involved in peace projects. The management, for the first time after the announcement of mobilization in Russia, decided to accept a state defense order to raise objections to employees.


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