He underlined a "peculiar cynicism" of the search at Ametov's place as he is currently staying in Sudak city hospital.
"He's got burns and been taken to hospital while a search is conducted at his home. What would they plant or seize can only be guessed," Smedliaiev said.
According to him, the searches are "allegedly due to the blasting of power pylons, police is trying to reveal some connection."
"I can assure you that none of the local regional Mejlis has ever kept any explosives as the Crimean Tatar national movement has always stuck to non-violence philosophy," Smedliaiev stressed and said the "intimidation" would continue.
"In my view, the incident with the pillars can involve those trying to discredit both the Mejlis of the Crimean Tatar people and the Crimean Tatar national movement," Smedliaiev resumed.