Political prisoner Parham Parveri started a hunger strike to protest his deportation to Iranshahr prison
According to the Iranian Human Rights Society, on Sunday, February 4, 2024. Political prisoner Parham Parveri, who exiled to Iranshahr Prison, went on a hunger strike. He protest against the deportation and also bad conditions of this prison since January 27, 2024.
According to this report, he imprisoned in this prison without observing the principle of segregation of crimes. And kept among prisoners of violent crimes. In addition, Iranshahr prison lacked facilities and has unfavorable health conditions.
The political prisoner of Parham Parveri deported from Evin prison to Iranshahr prison in the middle of January 2024. This deportation was done secretly without the knowledge of his family.
He is from Saqqez and transfering to Iranshahr made it impossible for his family to meet him due to the distance.
Parham Parveri is a graduate of mechanical engineering from Urmia University of Technology. He also holds medals in swimming competitions. He sentenced to 10 years of exile in Jask prison and also 5 years of penal servitude for the charge of Moharebeh.
Arresting in September 2022
On October 3, 2022. While he returning home from work, during the popular protests in Tehran, Parham Parveri violently arrested. And also beaten by repressive agents.
After his arrest, he was transferred to Greater Tehran Prison. On Sunday, April 9, 2024, Parham Parveri along with 20 other political prisoners transferred from Tehran to Evin prison.
On Tuesday, December 19, 2023, the sentence issued against Parham Parveri of 5 years in prison and 10 years of exile to Jask confirmed by the 9th branch of the Supreme Court. This sentence issued in June 2023 by the 28th branch of the Tehran Revolution Court headed by Judge Amozad. The accusations of sedition, for which he sentenced to prison and exile, declared as Moharebeh “warfare through action against national security” and “collusion with the intention of disrupting the security of the country”.
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