Seven citizens from Oshnavieh were sentenced to 28 years in prison

 Kurdpa Agency: Seven Kurdish citizens from Oshnavieh were sentenced to 28 years in prison by the city's public and revolutionary prosecutors.

 According to a report by the Kurdistan Press Agency, the Oshnavieh Public Prosecutor and Revolutionary Court sentenced seven Kurdish citizens to 28 years imprisonment with named as "Mohammad Amin Ghazi, son of Karim, Kurosh Azizi, son of Mohammad Amin, Abu Bakr Minapak, son of Karim, Moghdid Mohammadzadeh, son of Rahim,  Yousef Ahmadi, son of Aziz, Tayb Bamorowat, son of Mohammad, and Kamel Ahmadi Khanler, son of Mohammad. 

 According to the verdict, each citizen was sentenced to four years in prison on charges of "membership in one of the Kurdish opposition parties of the Iranian government, based on reports from the Oshnavieh's Ettelaat and Judicial Bureau."

 The Prosecutor General's Office and the Revolutionary Court in Oshnavieh have issued a ruling for the seven citizens, citing articles 499 from the season of punishment for obstructing the Islamic Penal Code.

 The seven citizens were acquitted on the grounds of "acting against national security and propaganda in favor of one of the Kurdish opposition parties of the Iranian government," citing Article 37 of the Constitution and Article 4 of ?the Code of Procedure.

 In this connection, a Kurdish citizen, Taher Sufi, 37, from the village of Gergol was sentenced to 4 years imprisonment by the District 4 of Criminal Court of Piranshahr with charges of cooperating with one of the Kurdish opposition parties of the Iranian government.