This was announced by Russian journalist and blogger Andrey Malgin, Censor.NET reports.
"If those were portraits of the people's relatives, would they have thrown them away after the end of the rally?" Malgin wrote.
Earlier it was reported that Putin became one of more than 300 thousand participants of 'Immortal Regiment' march in Moscow. As reported by Russian media, Putin joined the march with portrait of his father, the war veteran, when the column came to the Red Square. It was noted that the poster Putin held did not specify the details of his father.
"It is obvious that all posters were made the same, for even the design and holder sticks' length was the same," one of commenters noted.
"The large panoramic image also shows many similar posters," another blogger posted.