Fifty Detainees of Recent Protests Transferred to Zahedan Prison
HRANA News Agency – At least 50 detainees of recent protests were transferred to Zahedan prison from a security agency detention center, allegedly belonging to the Intelligence Ministry, and then were transferred to the security detention center after being fingerprinted on January 10, 2018.
According to the report of Human Rights Activists News Agency in Iran (HRANA), at least 50 detainees were transferred to Zahedan prison in order to be fingerprinted and then were transferred to the Intelligence Ministry after being fingerprinted on January 10, 2018.
It is reported that all these people were transferred to the fingerprinting part of prison under security precautions, without being allowed to speak with other prisoners. They were again taken to a security detention center, allegedly belonging to Intelligence Ministry, after completing the administrative process, registration and fingerprinting.
Zahedan was among the Iranian cities which along with dozens of other cities, witnessed mass protesters in the streets for several consecutive days.
In this connection, HRANA reported that three students named Amin Rezai, Omid Arsalan Pejman, and Yasin Mirzaei had been arrested in Zahedan.