Fathers of many children were never allowed to go home from the training center in Yaroslavl. Now there are 29 mobilized people who have the right to deferment, writes 76.ru.
The chairman of the executive committee of the Yaroslavl ONF, Oksana Kamenetskaya, claims that the issue of deferment for fathers of three children has been one of the most pressing in the region since the first days of mobilization. According to her, the ONF is trying to get these people back home, as they will be more useful at home than on the front lines.
At the same time, the wives of the mobilized say that there is still no decree on the mobilization of their husbands. But the dispatch of those mobilized to military units began, from where they would go to the front. And this is seriously disturbing.
It is very difficult to return those mobilized from the front, and often the military registration and enlistment offices refuse to do this, even if the mobilized person has the right to a delay. They explain that this is how the work of a well-coordinated unit is torn apart and the mobilized will be able to return home after completing combat missions.
At the same time, mobilized people are buried every day in the Russian Federation. According to military commander Yevgeny Poddubny, he knows cases when mobilized people were thrown to the front line even without preparation, in order to keep the occupied lines.