Haydar Qorbani, a construction worker from Kamyaran, was sentenced to 11 years in prison by the Second Branch of the Revolutionary Court of Shahriar.
The Shahriar Revolutionary Court sentenced this construction worker to a total of 11 years in prison on charges of "membership in a group or population or a branch of a population formed within the country with the aim of disrupting national security and propaganda against the regime."
In recent days, the announcement of this sentence has been posted on his website and the bank account of this member of the Free Trade Union has been blocked.
On the January 11, 2021, Haydar Qorbani was summoned to the Second Branch of the Revolutionary Court of Shahriar to be tried on charges of "membership in a group or population or a branch of a population formed within the country with the aim of disrupting national security and propaganda against the regime." .
In November 2020, he was summoned to Branch 101 of the Criminal Court of the two cities of Quds.
On Sunday, July 26, 2020, the interrogation session of Haydar Qorbani was held in the third branch of the Quds Public and Revolutionary Prosecutor's Office.
This construction worker was accused of "acting against national security, disturbing public order and propaganda against the regime" during the interrogation session, with examples of labor and union activities and attending a Labor Day rally in front of the parliament.
Haydar Qorbani, a member of the Free Trade Union of Iran, denied all charges during the interrogation.
On Tuesday, June 30, 2020, this construction worker was temporarily released from Evin Prison on a bail of 250 million Tomans after 23 days of detention.
On Saturday, June 6, 2020, this construction worker was arrested by security forces at his private home in Tehran.
Haydar Qorbani is being held in Ward 209 of Evin Prison for his detention.