Hunger strike by three Kurdish political prisoners in Kerman prison

Kurdpa Agency: Three Kurdish political prisoners from Oshnavieh went on hunger strike to protest to inappropriate behavior of Kerman's prison guard.

 According to a report by the Kurdistan Press Agency, on Sunday September 29th, Three Kurdish political prisoners, "Taher Khorshidi, Farough Sharoviriani and Amir Payghami" from Oshnavieh were on hunger strike in Kerman Prison. 

 According to an informed source, these three political prisoners have gone on hunger strike to protest to the misconduct of the Kerman prison guard.

 This informed source added: The Kerman Prison Security Chief has threatened the three Kurdish political prisoners who will shave their heads to serve as an example for others. 

 These three Kurdish political prisoners were sentenced to a total of 15 years in prison and banish to Kerman prison on Tuesday, December 5th, 2017.

 According to the verdict which was proclaimed to the laywer of them on December 16th, 2017 in which Taher Khorshidi was sentenced to seven years in discretionary imprisonment, Amir Payghami to four years in discretionary imprisonment, and Farough Sharoviriani to four years in discretionary imprisonment, The Urmia military court has charged these three Kurdish citizens with "cooperating with the Kurdish opposition parties of the Iranian government."

 On Monday, January 22nd, 2018, Taher Khorshidi and Farough Sharoviriani were banished from Urmia Prison to Kerman Prison, and Amir Payghami was exiled to Kerman Prison on Monday, July 16th, 2019.