Transfer of Kurdish political prisoner from Marivan prison to Sanandaj prison

 On Thursday, April 2nd, "Tahsin Dadras", a Kurdish political prisoner from the village of Sardoush, was transferred from Marivan to the central prison of Sanandaj.

 According to an informed source, this Kurdish political prisoner has rejected the request of the Marivan Intelligence Bureau to cooperate with the agency and the deputy head of the Marivan Intelligence Department had pressured on this political prisoner.

 This source added: For several times, Marivan Prison and Intelligence officials have opposed to leave of absence the political prisoner.

 This political prisoner was transferred to Marivan Prison for a term of imprisonment in 1397 and was deprived of his leave during his imprisonment.

 On Thursday, November 30th, 2017, Tahsin Dadras was arrested by the intelligence agents on charges of "cooperating with one of the Kurdish opposition parties" and transferred to the Sanandaj Intelligence Bureau after a week of detention.

 This Kurdish citizen was sentenced to eleven years imprisonment in the district court in August 1397 on a charge of "acting against national security and cooperating with the Kurdish opposition parties" and then changed to a six-year sentence in the appeals court in Sanandaj.

 This Kurdish political prisoner was denied "access to a lawyer" during his detention.