Photos of this intelligence palace of Putin have been released by opposition leader Alexi Navalani.
The Luxurious Palace of Russian President Vladimir Putin has a strip club, casino theater, gym, spa, wine cellar and everything. This claim has been made by the opposition leader Alexi Navalny, who is a fierce opponent of Putin.
- January 21, 2021, 12:28 PM IST
From strip clubs to dance mats are present inside the palace.
Navalani has alleged that Putin has captured a huge property on the southern Black Sea coast of Russia. Its interior is designed by renowned artists. Uploading a video on social media, he claimed that the stunning 3D image featured an arcade of vineyards in Putin’s palace with slot machines and a dance mat, spa, gym, swimming pool, underground wine cellar, an underground ice rink. The room is also present. Also there is a tunnel in it. At the same time, the church and strip club in his stately palace fit with the pole of the lap dancer. This is 39 times the size of Monaco. Not only this, if we go further, an ‘impenetrable fence’ will also be found in his palace.
Navalani has released these pictures on Palace.navalny.com.
The palace also has its own port, security, own permit system, no-fly zone and border checking system. It represents a completely different state within Russia. The opposition leader has alleged that Putin is the illegal owner of a huge property. This palace has been built through a large corruption involving the internal circle. The report also included a detailed interactive floor plan, which his team came to know after it was leaked by a contractor. The opposition leader has also claimed that Putin had paid to the media years ago for the biggest bribe in history. In the video released by Navalani, it has been told that it is not a house or residence, but the entire city, which is like a separate state.
The Palace also has a theater.
The video alleges that Russia’s Federal Security Service (FSB) has been given around 7008 hectares of land to protect the palace, which was put on by Putin’s close associates Igor Sechin, head of Russian oil giant Rosneft And was financed by billionaire tycoon Gennady. He has said that the matter will be heard in a court on February 2. Kremlin rivals have also called for their supporters to take out rallies in cities in Moscow and across the country to take to the streets in response to their arrest.