Hengaw – Kavan Mahmoudian, who had been arrested by Kamiaran Intelligence Office earlier on October 10, has been transferred to Sanandaj Prison after being kept in a solitary confinement for two months. Another prisoner named Na’im Ahmadpour who had been arrested for unknown reasons by the Intelligence Office was also transferred to Sanandaj Prison after 20 days of detention at the Intelligence Office detention center.
According to the Human Rights Hengaw, Kawan Mahmoudian, a farmer from Tangisar village, who had been arrested by Kamyaran Intelligence Office on October 10, was transferred to Sanandaj Prison after two months of being detained in solitary confinement.
“Kavan Mahmoudian has told his family on the phone that he had been transferred to Sanandaj prison,” An informed source told HENGAW’s reporter.
In previous reports, quoting a source close to Mr. Mahmoudian’s family, HENGAW had mentioned that “after his family went to the Intelligence Office and insisted to visit their son, they were given a letter to get confirmation from the judge. The Mahmoudian family went to Sanandaj Revolutionary Court and told the judge that their son was helping them and farming in the village. But the judicial authorities responded to them saying that their son was cooperating with a Kurdish party, for what they could not meet him.”
Additionally, Na’im Ahmadpour, a resident of Tangsiri village, who had been arrested a while ago by the Intelligence Office, has also been transferred to Sanandaj prison.
Mr. Na’im Ahmadpour, who owns a shop in Hassan Abad district of Sanandaj, suffers from heart disease.