Two Engineers of Hamedan Power Plant Released on the Bail
HRANA News Agency – Two engineers at Hamadan Power Plant, Javad Ashrafi and Amin Ashrafi, who had been arrested by security forces on January 11 were released on the bail on February 18.
According to the report of Human Rights Activists News Agency in Iran (HRANA), Javad Ashrafi and Amin Ashrafi, two engineers at Hamadan Power Plant, were temporarily released from Hamedan Prison on the bail on February 18.
Earlier, HRANA had reported that the two engineers at the power plant were arrested at their place of work without arresting warrant or explaining the reason for arrest, by security forces and were transferred to an unknown location, at 8:00 am on the morning of January 11.
During the detention of these people at the Detention Center of the Intelligence Office, a source close to their family had told HRANA’s reporter: “After several days of the interrogation and enduring mental torture, which was sometimes accompanied by beating, in a short contact with the families, these two people talked about the pressure by the interrogators to take false and forced confessions.”
There is no information available yet, on the charges against them. They spent most of their detention at the detention center of Hamedan Provincial Intelligence Bureau.