BISHKEK. Aid of the Kyrgyz Prosecutor general, Sumar Nasiza dismissed today claims about harassing a leader of the Kyrgyz Committee For Human Rights (KCHR), Ramazan Dyryldaev, by instituting criminal proceedings against him. Earlier today a head of Naryn regional branch of KCHR, Kachkyn Bulatov said to a RFE/RL correspondent that Dyryldaev had to stay abroad to escape the criminal persecution. According to Bulatov, the Kyrgyz authorities were accusing him for being a sponsor in organization illegal protest march of opposition on Nov 14, 2002. Now Dyryldaev is continuing his human rights activities in Vienna, Austria, said Bulatov. Nasiza denied opening any criminal case against Dyryldaev.