Putin prepared plan B for the war in Ukraine.
5 lakh of forcibly recruited soldiers will be sent to Ukraine.
For this, Putin secretly prepared to change the law.
Moscow. The ongoing war between Ukraine and Russia does not take the name to stop. Now this war is about to end for a year. But there is no hope of a settlement in sight. Meanwhile, Russia is now making new preparations to attack Ukraine, for which a plan has been prepared to send 5 lakh of people forcibly recruited into the army. It is suspected that, secretly, Putin also made preparations to change the law. The Russian government secretly scrapped a rule that exempted fathers of three or more children from conscription.
The property of those who leave the country will be confiscated
The Russian government is also preparing to confiscate the assets of people who fled abroad to avoid joining the war effort, the Daily Mail reported. Let us tell you that in September last year, when ordinary people were forcibly sent to the army, people started fleeing the country. The situation had become such that the government had given instructions to airlines that when booking tickets, the letter of permission from the Ministry of Interior to travel to another country should be presented.
Rumors swirl about martial law
According to a Telegraph report, the Moscow mayor’s office has been asked to hire more staff to recruit people into the army. Along with this, the holidays of some employees have also been cancelled. At the same time, fear spread in the country even after the rumors circulating on social networks about martial law. However, the Kremlin denied this information. Let us inform that due to the mobilization, that is, the recruitment of people into the army, the war with Ukraine can last a long time. Whereas at the beginning the Kremlin hoped that now the war would last a few more days.
The war with Ukraine could last another year
“If Russia announces a new wave of mobilization and increases its armed forces, the war with Ukraine could last another year,” Konrad Muzyka, head of defense consultant Rochan, told The Telegraph. Many of the 320,000 sent to the front in September are feared to have died.
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FIRST POST: January 22, 2023, 6:36 p.m. HST