Two Kurdish citizens from Maku and Bokan cities were sentenced to one year and six months in the Revolutionary Courts of Urmia and Bukan

Kurdpa Agency: Two Kurdish citizens from Maku and Bokan cities were sentenced to one year and six months in the Revolutionary Courts of Urmia and Bukan.

 According to a report by the Kurdistan Press Agency, in recent days, a young Kurdish man, Hamid Balkhkanlo, from Maku, has been sentenced to one year's imprisonment by the Urmia Revolutionary Court on charges of "cooperating with one of the Kurdish opposition parties of the Iranian government". 

 This young Kurdish man was arrested by intelligence forces near Urmia University on Tuesday, June 18th, and was transferred to an unknown location.

 Hamid Balkhanklo was suspended from his studies at Payame Noor University on charges of "political activity and cooperation with one of the Kurdish opposition parties of the Iranian government".

In this regard, also on Sunday, September 1st, a Kurdish citizen, Jafar Pekand, 50, son of Mohammad Saleh, from Bokan, was sentenced to six months in discretionary imprisonment in the Revolutionary Court of the city on charges of "cooperating with one of the Kurdish opposition parties".

 This Kurdish citizen was arrested on Wednesday, July 10th, on charges of "cooperating with one of the Kurdish opposition parties of the Iranian government" and was transferred to the Urmia Ettelaat Bureau for interrogation.

 Jafar Pekand was temporarily released on bail on August 6th after interrogation.