Kerman prison authorities oppose to medical treatment of a Kurdish political prisoner

Kurdpa Agency: Kerman prison authorities oppose to medical treatment of a Kurdish political prisoner from Oshnavieh outside prison.

According to a report from the Kurdistan Press Agency, a Kurdish political prisoner named \"Amir Peyghami\" from the city of Oshnavieh has been deprived of medical treatment outside the prison due to opposition from Kerman prison authorities.

An informed source, confirming this news to the Kurdpa Agency and said: the political prisoner was also deprived of his medical leaveing absence during his imprisonment and he is in critical condition.

This source added, \"This political prisoner needs urgent treatment, and no action has been taken to treat him outside the prison so far\".

On Monday, July 16th 2018, this political prisoner was exiled from the prison of Urmia to Kerman Prison.

this Kurdish political prisoner despite the urgent need for undergoing medical treatment during his imprisonment in Urmia, The prison authorities had repeatedly opposed his medical treatment in outside the prison.

On Saturday, December 16th 2017, Amir Peyghami was sentenced to four years imprisonment and banishment to the Kerman Prison by the Urmia military court on charges of \"cooperating with the Kurdish opposition parties of the Iranian government\"

This political prisoner was arrested in June 2017 by intelligence forces affiliated with the Revolutionary Guards Corps in Oshnavieh.