Saber Kamani, residing at “Anbeh village” of Taregor Region in Orumiyeh, was transferred to the Orumiyeh Central Prison yesterday after being interrogated for five days at Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC) detention centre. Kamran Kamani and Keyvan Makrami, two other residents of the same village who were arrested along with the afore-mentioned detainee, are still being held at the IRGC detention centre.
Kurdistan Human Rights Network (KHRN) has obtained information that this Kurdish Civilian was pressured and interrogated at the detention centre (formerly called Ramadan) on suspicion of collaboration with one of the Kurdish opposition parties.
On July 8, 2019, several armed plainclothes along with several vehicles carrying officers affiliated with IRGC came to the village and arrested these three detainees who are all farmers.
According to statistics compiled by KHRN, more than twenty Kurdish civilians from villages around Maku, Chaldaran and Orumiyeh have been arrested by the IRGC over the past three months.