Three students at the University of Tehran, Azin Saeedi-Nasab, Mohammad Javaheri and Beniamin Moghadasi were sentenced to a total of 14 years and seven months. Additionally, Javaheri was sentenced to 74 lashes and prohibited from membership in civil and political groups and leaving the country for two years.
According to HRANA, the news agency of Human Rights Activists, quoting Aftab News, three students were sentenced to imprisonment and flogging.
According to these verdicts, Saeedi-Nasab and Moghadasi were sentenced each to five years and Javaheri to four years and seven months and additional punishments.
Security forces arrested Saeedi-Nasab in Tehran on September 22, 2022, and took her to Qarchak Prison in Varamin.
Javaheri and Moghadasi were arrested during the protests and later were released on bail.
Moreover, recently, the Tehran Revolutionary Court sentenced another student of the University of Tehran, Radbeh Keshavarz, to six years on the charge of “propaganda, assembly and collusion against the regime.”