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Uzbekistan ex-line daughter “is forced to be removed” from her apartment, sent to jail after violating house arrest

Gulnara Karimova, daughter of Uzbek's former leader has been imprisoned and sent to jail after violating the terms of her five-year house arrest, the authorities said on Tuesday.(Yves Forestier / Getty Images for Style.Uz Art Week 201 3) Daughter of Uzbek's former leaders has been imprisoned and sent to jail after violating the terms of her five-year house arrest, the authorities said on Tuesday. Gulnara Karimova, a former diplomat and singer who was once a true probable successor to his late father Islam Karimov, will spend the rest of her punishment in prison after repeatedly using the Internet, telephones and leaving the house in battle with the terms of their judgment, said the Public Prosecutor's Office. "MISSING" DAUGHTER OF DUBAI RULES AS IN NEW PHOTOS FROM UNITED ARAB EMIRATES She was sentenced in 2017 to 10 years behind the bars for fraud and money laundering, but her verdict Grégoire Mangeat, the lawyer of Karimova, said the authorities "forced" her from the tent Tuesday and was taken to an unknown place. "The UZB I continue to exert mental and physical pressure on her to force her to withdraw her appeals and abandon all her rights and property in Switzerland," says Mangeat on Twitter. "We, her defense council, condemn these completely arbitrary methods," he added. "For several months we have not successfully requested the law firm's office in Switzerland to commit an expert to establish the absence of the rule of law in Uzbekistan." BETWEEN DOZEN ARRESTED IN PAKISTAN ABOUT ATTACK IN…

Daughter of Uzbek’s former leaders has been imprisoned and sent to jail after violating the terms of her five-year house arrest, the authorities said on Tuesday.

Gulnara Karimova, a former diplomat and singer who was once a true probable successor to his late father Islam Karimov, will spend the rest of her punishment in prison after repeatedly using the Internet, telephones and leaving the house in battle with the terms of their judgment, said the Public Prosecutor’s Office.

“MISSING” DAUGHTER OF DUBAI RULES AS IN NEW PHOTOS FROM UNITED ARAB EMIRATES

She was sentenced in 2017 to 10 years behind the bars for fraud and money laundering, but her verdict

Grégoire Mangeat, the lawyer of Karimova, said the authorities “forced” her from the tent Tuesday and was taken to an unknown place.

“The UZB I continue to exert mental and physical pressure on her to force her to withdraw her appeals and abandon all her rights and property in Switzerland,” says Mangeat on Twitter.

“We, her defense council, condemn these completely arbitrary methods,” he added. “For several months we have not successfully requested the law firm’s office in Switzerland to commit an expert to establish the absence of the rule of law in Uzbekistan.”

BETWEEN DOZEN ARRESTED IN PAKISTAN ABOUT ATTACK IN INDIAN KASHMIR [19659006] The woman’s daughter published on Instagram pictures of what seemed to be Karimova dragged out of the apartment by two men. Mangeat reposted also the image.

Karimova’s father was the head of the local communist party in Uzbekistan and later ruled as an authoritarian president in the newly started Republic after the fall of the Soviet Union. He died in 2016 after judging the country for 27 years.

But she fell out with her father in 2014 after she was imprisoned by security forces and allegations of financial error, the BBC reported.

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Uzbekistan’s authorities reportedly said Karimova was part of a group responsible for assets of over $ 1 billion worldwide.

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