No vacation for Mehdi Tajik

Posted on: 27th April, 2013
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Mehdi Tajik

HRANA News Agency – The persecutor of Tehran doesn’t allow Mehdi Tajik, the students’ activist and graduated student from the law and political since faculty of Tehran university, to come for vacation.

Mehdi Tajik has been sentenced to 27 months of prison and went to the section 350 of the Evin prison last February.

According to a report by Daneshju News, Mehdi Tajik was sentenced to 27 months of prison and 30 years prohibition from any political activity in April 2012 by Judge Pir Abbasi.

This former student activist had been arrested twice in 2005 and 2006. He was sentenced to 2 years and a half of prison because of insulting the Supreme Leader which was reduced to cash surcharge afterwards.

Mehdi Tajik was arrested once again in January 2010 and transferred to the section 350 of Evin prison.

He was sentenced to 2 years of prison on charge of colluding and gathering against national security, 91 days of prison because of propaganda against the government and 1 Million Rials surcharge on charge of insulting the president in April 2010.

The section 26 of the revolutionary court of Tehran also sentence him to 30 years of prohibition from any interview, journalism, writing articles, membership and political activity in any political parties.

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