Among those detained for their preparations for a coup in Kyrgyzstan is the staunch head of the Japarov supporters' camp.

The EPA reports that the Kyrgyz National Security Committee has leaked information about the case.

It has been noted that Roza Nurmatova, leader of the Eldik Kenesh party, who is suspected of preparing a coup in the country, has previously led the headquarters of President Sadir Japarov.

Nurmatova was a prominent representative of Kyrgyz presidential candidate Kamchibek Tashiyev (now head of the National Security Committee) in 2011 and later headed the headquarters of Japarov and Tashiyev supporters.

It has also been noted that Nurmatova was the head of the Father-Jurt party's headquarters in 2012 and has issued statements supporting Japarov and Tashiyev during the October 2012 riots, after which they have been detained and prosecuted.

Nurmatova served as director of the Kyrgyz government's social policy and cultural development department in 2005.

In 2010, Nurmatova formed the Eldik Kenesh party.

Recall that the previous day, Kyrgyzstan's National Security Committee released information about the group's holding more than 30 members who planned unrest in an effort to seize power.