Mohammad Saeid Naderi Released after 6 Days under Detention

HRANA News Agency – Mohammad Saeid Naderi, former student of Yasouj University, was released after six days of detention by the security forces.

According to the report of Human Rights Activists News Agency in Iran (HRANA), Mohammad Saeid Naderi, a former physics student at the University of Yasouj, was arrested by three plainclothes officers of the security forces who were probably from Basij or Ilam Revolutionary Guards in the city of Ivan (located in Ilam province) at his father home on Thursday morning March17, 2016.

An informed source in this regard, told HRANA’s reporter: “Agents inspected and confiscated some personal belongings, when they were arresting him”.

This left-wing political activist was released after six days of detention without any legal procedure.

During the interrogations, he was questioned and ill-treated for his political activities and his activities in the university, and unlike the text of the law, there was no any arrest warrant, or formal charges, and he did not meet any official judicial authorities, and the method of his release also suggests how illegal his arrest was.

It is to say that Naderi had previously been summoned by the disciplinary committee, in relation to a series of student activities, at the University of Yasouj.  He withdrew from continuing his education after two terms, as a result of what he called “some pressures”.

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