HRANA News Agency – Shahnaz Akmali, mother of Mostafa Karim Baigi, a victim of the protests in 2009, was arrested by the Ministry of Intelligence on January 25, 2017 and was transferred to the cells of ward 209 of Evin prison. Mrs. Akmali was earlier taken to a hospital for undisclosed reasons, and on January 26, 2017 a bail was issued for her.
According to the report of Human Rights Activists New Agency in Iran (HRANA), Shahnaz Akmali has told her family in a brief contact that a bail of 1 billion IRR had been issued for her and she was kept in, “multi-cells” of ward 209 of Evin prison.
On January 25, 2017, Shahnaz Akmali, Mostafa Karim Baigi’s mother was arrested by the Ministry of Intelligence at her workplace and was taken to her house. After that the intelligence officers searched the house and confiscated all her belongings
Earlier, a close source to Karim Baigi Family had told HRANA’s reporter, “Since the day of arrest, their pursuit was fruitless and the whereabouts and her condition are unknown.”
The source emphasized on the “serious concerns” of Karim Baigi family and added, “The authorities just have said Mrs. Akmali had been taken to the hospital without any further explanations on January 25.”
Shahnaz Akmali is the mother of Mostafa Karim Baigi, a victim of the protests on December 27, 2009.
Mostafa Karim Beigi was shot in the head, around Neauphle-le-Château Street in Tehran. Although he was a resident of Tehran, security forces did not allow his family to bury him in Tehran, so they were forced to bury him in in Shahriar in Karaj.
Mrs. Akmali had been summoned by the security forces, every year before his son’s anniversary, and got warnings regarding the restrictions to be followed in the anniversary.