Issuance of amputation of four fingers of the right hand for a prisoner in Urmia prison

 The Second Branch of the Urmia Criminal Court has issued an order to amputate four fingers of the right hand for a prisoner named "Arash Ali Akbari", son of Islam.

 A hearing was held on August 9 this year, and the court sentenced him to amputate four fingers of his right hand so that his thumb and palm remain, on the charge of "sixteen counts of robbery."

 After his arrest, this prisoner was introduced to the prosecutor's office and his case was investigated in the second branch of the Urmia Public and Revolutionary Prosecutor's Office.

 The case of this prisoner has been referred to the Supreme Court of Appeal. 

 Arash Ali Akbari, from Urmia, was born on April 14, 1988 and is being held in the city's central prison.