On Thursday, August 26, 26-year-old Mohammad Rasaei, a resident of the village of Sardush in the city of Marivan, was arrested.
According to HRANA, the news agency of Human Rights Activists, quoting Kurdpa, Rasaei was arrested after being summoned to the city’s intelligence office.
The report quoted an informed source saying Mr. Rasaei was summoned to the Marivan Intelligence Office by telephone.
As of this writing, no information is available on the reasons for Mr. Rasaei’s arrest or the charges against him.
Today, Monday, June 28, Aram Fathi and Soraya Haghdoost, two detained citizens from Marivan, were released on a bail of 100 million Tomans.
According to HRANA, the news agency of Human Rights Activists, quoting Kurdpa, the two citizens were arrested by security forces on Thursday, June 17th. Ms. Haghdoost was transferred to Sanandaj Prison after her arrest, and Mr. Fathi was transferred to Marivan Prison.
Aram Fathi, a resident of Marivan with a history of arrests and convictions, was arrested by security forces at his home arrest.
Soraya Haghdoost, also citizen of Marivan, was arrested by security forces on Thursday, June 17, and transferred to Sanandaj Prison.
As of this writing, no information is available on the charges against the citizens.
On June 19, a teenager in Sanandaj Youth Detention Center sewed his mouth closed to protest the prolonged process of his case by the Second Investigation Branch of Marivan.
According to HRANA, the news agency of Human Rights Activists, quoting Kurdpa, 17-year-old Arman Farahmand is the son of Mokhtar and a resident of Sardush village in Marivan city in Kurdistan Province.
Arman Farahmand is said to have been arrested along with eight others in Marivan in September 2020 following a mass brawl over the murder of a citizen named Pouya Chareh Talab. The rest of the defendants have been acquitted in recent months.
Two citizens were arrested by security forces this week and taken to unknown locations.
According to HRANA, the news agency of Human Rights Activists, on June 15, security forces arrested Milad Yazdan Nejad, and transferred him to an unknown location. Nejad is a former political prisoner and resident of Tehran.
According to Kurdistan Press Agency, on June 17, Aram Fathi, a resident of Marivan city in Kurdistan province was arrested by security forces at his private home and taken to an unknown location.
Per a relative of Mr. Fathi, he was arrested at his home without a court order, and judicial and security authorities refused to provide a clear answer as to the reasons for the detention.