Russian President Vladimir Putin Is Dead After Alleged Heart Attack; Kremlin Source Claims


According to a Kremlin source, there are allegations that Vladimir Putin is dead over the weekend. It has been reported that a body double has been officially acknowledged as the new president of Russia.

In recent weeks, rumors have been circulating regarding the health of 71-year-old Russian President Vladimir Putin. Speculations suggest that Putin may have suffered a heart attack and is currently spending his final days in seclusion. Meanwhile, purported look-alikes are said to be fulfilling official duties on his behalf.

According to the Telegram channel General SRV, which purports to disseminate information from a Kremlin insider, it has been reported that Russian President Vladimir Putin passed away at his Valdai residence last week.

A representative composition of the permanent members of the Security Council of the Russian Federation gathered for a ‘viewing’ of the double of the late Russian President Vladimir Putin. According to the channel, the understudy has previously conducted similar meetings while Putin was alive.

However, Nikolai Patrushev has now organized a gathering where the understudy is being accepted as the President by individuals associated with both the innermost and secondary circles of people close to the ‘President.’

According to the channel, it has been reported that Putin’s new “understudy” has purportedly been identified and is said to be “prepared to embrace the new rules of the game.”

In a recent post, General SRV highlighted that the double engaged in both a video conference meeting with permanent members of the Security Council and a physical meeting with representatives from the Security Council, the Government, and leaders of law enforcement agencies.

According to Nikolai Patrushev, it is his belief that all individuals in attendance during the meetings have acknowledged the understudy as the “President” and are prepared to embrace the forthcoming set of regulations. This development marks the commencement of a significant and ambitious endeavor.

According to the Telegram channel, it was claimed that Russian President Vladimir Putin had to be “resuscitated” by guards. The incident reportedly occurred when guards discovered Putin convulsing and lying on the ground, allegedly due to a heart attack.

In a report that has left many questions unanswered, it has been suggested by the channel that the body of the late despot, Putin, is currently being held at the Valdai residence. However, specific details surrounding Putin’s alleged death still remain unclear at this time.

In the aftermath of Putin’s alleged death, it is believed that Nikolai Patrushev, the Secretary of the Security Council, has assumed control of the Kremlin.

Vladimir Putin Is Dead: Spokesperson Vehemently Denies Allegation

In this pool photograph distributed by Sputnik agency Russia’s President Vladimir Putin chairs a meeting on the implementation of the program for the development of Far Eastern cities in Russia via video link in Vladivostok on September 11, 2023.

In response to the channel’s claims, Dmitry Peskov, the spokesperson for Russian President Vladimir Putin, firmly denied the allegations. In a noteworthy development, the Telegram channel has once again compelled the Kremlin to address speculations surrounding President Putin’s alleged deteriorating health.

This marks the second instance in recent weeks where the channel has played a significant role in prompting official acknowledgment from the Russian authorities.

In response to the allegations, Peskov dismissed them as “absurd information canard.” However, the Telegram channel concluded its most recent post with a sense of assurance.

The General SVR account seemed to maintain its assertions and concluded its latest post by stating, “In the near future, there will be multiple verifications of our provided information.”

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