September 20, 2015

Suspicious death of the Labor Prisoner Shahrokh Zamani in Prison

Following the grievous death of jailed Iranian union activist Mr. Shahrokh Zamani, was kept in Rajai Shahr prison, BCR Group condemning the crime and believes Iran’s Republic Islamic authorities are absolutely responsible for his death. The human rights organization has accused the Ayatollah’s judicial system for all injustices and obvious imprisoned rights violations.
Mr. Zamani, the member of Founding Union Construction Labors and Painters and member Council of Representatives Committee following the Trade Unions, was sentenced to 11 years in prison for his peaceful “syndicate activities” and taken to several prisons to serve his imprisonment term since June 4, 2011. He was suffered from several diseases and deprived of having access his relatives with a face-to-face meeting in the last three years; officials banned him from accessing conditional release on bail.
How many political prisoners lost their lives due to excruciating prison term in Rajai Shahr (Gohar Dasht) prison in Karaj, included Valiollah Feyz Mahdavi, Amir-Hussein Heshmat Saran, Mansour Radpour and Afshin Osanlou, rights groups stated. Despite human rights organizations concern on vague deaths, Iran’s forensics officials avoided the reasons.
Today in Iran, many prisoners suffer from diseases and face critical condition due to lack of adequate healthcare facilities and a white torture as gradual death is Iran’s prisoners’ fate. Numerous reports received of those prisoners who are sick and in the horrible situation as a result of torture and illness. Intelligence Service investigators refuse them to access health treatment as brutal procedures to put them under pressure to die.
Accordingly, The Boroujerdi Civil Rights Group demand Dr. Ahmed Shaheed, UN Special Rapporteur on the Situation of Human Rights in the Islamic Republic of Iran, and all human rights organizations to condemn Iran’s authorities inhumane attitude and put them under pressure by sending representative to Iran, and accept prisoners accessing to medical cares. 

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