Nikšić police ordered a search for a Mercedes PG CG 301 after the incident in Bogetići, Minister of Interior Sekulović covered up the case!

After the information surfaced, it became clear that the official vehicle, with the Prime Minister’s daughter in it, ran over the protesters and that Minister of Interior Affairs Sergej Sekulović and Prime Minister Zdravko Krivokapić tried to cover up the case and deceive the public.

Under the influence of Prime Minister Zdravko Krivokapić, the Minister of Interior Affairs Sergej Sekulović tried to cover up the case of running over the citizens at Bogetići and presented this shameful act of arrogance as an attack on an official vehicle and a protected person!

Portal “Aktuelno” had an insight into the notification that the Security Center (SC) Nikšić forwarded to colleagues in Podgorica and Danilovgrad on April 8 at 10:55 AM, stating that the official Mercedes vehicle with PG CG 301 license plates fled the scene of the accident.

“THE SC NIKŠIĆ POLICE REPORTED THAT THE BLACK MERCEDES PG CG 301 DID NOT STOP AT THEIR SIGNAL, THAT IT INJURED A PEDESTRIAN, AND WAS GONNE TO PODGORICA”, states the notification that SC Podgorica received from their Nikšić colleagues.

The notification states that in addition to SC Podgorica, SC Danilovgrad was informed about the situation.

After the information surfaced, it became clear that the official vehicle, with the Prime Minister’s daughter in it, ran over the protesters and that Minister of Interior Affairs Sergej Sekulović and Prime Minister Zdravko Krivokapić tried to cover up the case and deceive the public.

Let us remind that in Bogetići, near Nikšić, an incident occurred last Thursday when the official Mercedes car, with Prime Minister Krivokapić’s daughter in it, was tried to break through the citizens’ blockade.

When two men tried to stop it by sitting on the car’s hood, the driver of the government vehicle, with license plates PG CG 301, gave gas and knocked down the citizens on the street. Dražen Jeknić drove the car.

Despite all available information he certainly had from the police, Minister of Interior Affairs Sergej Sekulović “strongly condemned the incident on the Podgorica-Nikšić road and ordered the internal control to urgently investigate the actions of police officers who were at the spot.”

According to him, this was an “attack on an official car and a protected person” and, as he said five days ago, “it was an alarm for all of us and a warning where political populism and deliberate raising of tensions could take us.”

At the beginning, the citizens interpreted this statement on social networks as an act of poltroonery, yet now it has gained a much more profound dimension. The question is whether the minister violated the law and entered the zone of cover-up and criminal responsibility.

We should also be reminded that after this incident, Prime Minister Krivokapić spoke out and threatened the citizens, saying that they would soon see how some new “order and law, which they are not used to, will prevail in the country.”

He then stated that the official vehicle was attacked and that his daughter was, otherwise a protected person, was in it.

Meanwhile, Minister Sekulović did not comment on the incident or take responsibility for the apparent violent behaviour of the government official, whose responsibility is not even mentioned. He did not even explain wherefrom comes the freedom to issue the demand “Call Sergej” made by the prime minister’s daughter.

The question is whether the Deputy Prime Minister in charge of the security sector, Dritan Abazović, will initiate an investigation against the Prime Minister and the Minister of Interior Affairs for covering up a misdemeanour and even a criminal offence. It is also a question of whether the official vehicle’s driver will answer and whether Minister Sekulović and Prime Minister Krivokapić will do the only right thing and resign due to deceiving the public.

Krivokapić and Sekulović should undoubtedly bear the political consequences for the lies and manipulations that followed the incident.

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