The Russian politician died in unexplained circumstances. His body was found in a pool of blood outside the hotel where he celebrated his 65th birthday, the Ukrainian Independent News Agency reported.
The billionaire’s body was found Saturday in Rayagad, India. Paweł Antow was supposed to fall from the third floor of the hotel The day before he flew to India in the company of three people to celebrate his 65th birthday.
After the ceremony in the hotel room Antow’s friend was found lying unconscious among empty alcohol bottles. On the way to the hospital, the man died. Some time later, the deputy’s body was found. The Indian police do not rule out that the billionaire may have fallen into despair after the death of his friend and committed suicide.
In 2018, “Forbes” estimated Antov’s earnings at 10 billion rubles, i.e. almost 150 million dollars The businessman belonged to the ruling United Russia party. In 2018 and 2019, he was included in the list of the richest Russian civil servants conducted by the Russian edition of the Forbes magazine. In subsequent years, he was no longer listed in this ranking.
After the outbreak of war, the politician criticized the invasion of Putin’s army into Ukraine.
In June, Antov’s profile in one of the social media posted a comment about the shelling of a residential building by the Russian military in Kiev. “In fact, it is extremely difficult to call it anything other than terror,” the 10th entry read. Shortly after, it was removed, with Antow calling it “the result of a technical error.” “I would like to emphasize once again that I am a supporter of the president and a patriot of my country, I sincerely share the goals of the special military operation (the 10th way the Russian authorities call the invasion of Ukraine – ed.)” Antov wrote later
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