Dead Kurdish citizen's body handed over to family during November protests

11:09 - 12 January 2020

 Kurdpa Agency: The body of a Kurdish citizen from Shaho, Ravansar, was handed over to his family who had disappeared during the November protests.

 According to a report received by the Kurdistan Press Agency on Wednesday, January 8th, the body of a Kurdish citizen, "Sardar Azami", 41, Majid's son, was found in one of Tehran's morgue. 

 According to an informed source, this Kurdish citizen disappeared during the November protests in the city of Parand, Tehran, and his family was informed on Wednesday, January 8th, that his body was in the morgue.

 During this time, the Kurdish citizen's family frequently visited Tehran's prisons and intelligence institutions, but did not receive a clear answer about his fate, the source said.

 The source added: The body of the Kurdish citizen was buried in the village of Qeshlaq from the Shaho District, Ravansar.

 The intelligence source has threatened Azami's family to refuse media coverage of their child's death.

 Sardar Azami is married and has two children and has been working in the plating workshop in the city of Parand.