Umerov's daughter Ayshe wrote on Facebook, Censor.NET reports.
"We brought the kids to him, but they were refused entry, just as before. They embrace grandfather through bars and kiss his hands... This is too painful to watch," she wrote.
Chair of the OSCE Parliamentary Assembly's human rights committee, Ignacio Sanchez Amor declared yesterday that the forced commitment of Ilmi Umerov to a psychiatric clinic represents a worrying new low in Russia's stigmatization of the Crimean Tatar community and should be immediately reversed.
As reported last week, lawyers of deputy chairman of the Mejlis of the Crimean Tatar people Ilmi Umerov, who is under investigation in occupied Crimea, will appeal to the European Committee against Tortures in Strasbourg about FSB's actions against the suspect.
Images courtesy of Ayshe Umerova