Rebellion in Russia: Private army group Wagner vows to remove Putin, 25,000 soldiers ready to die

Mutiny in Russia

Moscow: Russian President Putin is in big trouble. Russia’s powerful private army group Wagner has rebelled. Moscow is on high-alert. Security has been increased in the capital. There is a possibility of a coup in Russia. A long-running standoff between Russian mercenary boss Yevgeny Prigozhin and military top officials over the war in Ukraine has come into the open. 25,000 soldiers of the Wagner Group are ready to die.

Highways leading to Moscow closed

Fighters of the Wagner Group are on the front. Wagner Chief has declared war against Russia. The highway coming to Moscow has been closed. Wagner claims that a second helicopter of the Russian army has also been shot down. The Governor of Rostov has appealed to the people not to leave the house. Wagner also claimed that his army had captured several positions in the city of Rostov. The mayor of Rostov has urged people to stay indoors.

The Wagner Group is a private army of mercenaries fighting alongside the regular Russian army in Ukraine. Prigogine, a one-time Putin ally, has engaged in an increasingly bitter feud with Moscow in recent months.

25,000 soldiers ready to die

Wagner’s chief said on Saturday his 25,000-strong army was “ready to die” as he vowed to overthrow Russia’s military leadership. Yevgeny Prigogine said in a new audio message, “We are all ready to die. “We are dying for the Russian people. We stand up for our Motherland and Russian citizens. They should get rid of such people who are killing common people. Yevgeny Prigogine said that they would destroy everything that stood in their way.

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Moscow increased security

Russia has deployed military vehicles and increased security outside government facilities and key locations following the Wagner Kasanik group’s threats. High alert has been issued in Moscow.

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