The complicated situation of detained prisoners in Rajai Shahr prison in Karaj

According to a report from the Kurdistan Human Rights Association, on Tuesday 1 August 2017, 53 political prisoners in the Raja’i Shahr prison of Karaj, who were transferred to a new ward in the las week in the halls number 10 of the prison , Their relationship with the outside world and other parts of the prison has been interrupted, these prisoners have been sentenced to lengthy jail terms and security charges and several executions.

The report said that the situation of the prisoners’ names ( Shoresh Aiyneh Bokani,Soleiman Pirouti,Hamzeh Darvishi, Amin Taleshi, Kamran Iraqi, Moslem Kurdi, Nameq Deldel, Qasem Abesteh, Khosrow Besharat, Khosrow Sharafipour, Borhan Asgharian , Kambiz Abasi, Saleh Adeli , Hiva Osmani, Ismail Bukani, Hiva Bukani, Foad Babaei, Firoz Hamidi, Anvar Khezri, Vali Hasan Shoilan, Davoud Abdolahi, Ali Karami, Farhad Salimi, Jamid Pirouti, Kamran Shiekha, Barzan Nasrolah Zadeh, Erfan Nadri Zadeh, Rahmat Khosh Khah, Shoresh Kerekar, Abdolrahman Sangali, Hamid Babaei, Osman Qodrat, Farzad Hoseini, Yaser Sharafi Pour, and Vahed Sharafi Pour.)  have been transmitted to the new unit on Sunday 30 July 2017, by the authorities of the Rajai Shahr prison in Karaj. There is no news available.

Mrs. Kobra Parsajou, wife of Hamid Babaei, said in a memo written by Instagram that my wife, along with 52 other detainees, had been detained in a large solitary confinement hall And for two weeks, we do not have the slightest knowledge of them and other friends. According to reports from other sentences, my wife and four other prisoners were admitted to the hospital and all 53 people are on hunger strike, and we are still aware of the accuracy of this We do not have news and our ignorance leads us to worry.

It is necessary to say that in the hall of ten of these prisons, 40 cameras and 64 surveillance systems have been deployed, despite the strict control of prisoners, they have also denied the right to visit them weekly.



Kurdistan Human Rights Association