Urmia Prison; Anwar Chalshi and Kamel Seydan Maskan were sentenced to 14 years in prison

 Two Kurdish citizens, Anwar Chalshi from the village of Lorzini and Kamel Seydan Maskan (Jabarvand) from the village of Cherikabad in Margavar Rural District, were each sentenced by the First Branch of the Revolutionary Court of Urmia to 7 years in prison.

 The court issued the sentence for these two citizens on charges of "acting against national security through membership in one of the Kurdish opposition parties of the Iranian government," and the sentence was officially notified to them in Urmia Prison in recent days.

 These two citizens were charged with "membership in one of the Kurdish opposition parties of the Iranian government" on Monday, February 8, 2021, in Branch 6 of the Urmia Revolutionary Court.

 On Wednesday, December 2, 2020, the two citizens, along with another citizen named "Musa Alosi" from the village of "Valindeh-ye Olya" in the central part of Urmia, were arrested by the forces of the Hamzeh base of the Revolutionary Guards.

 Following the arrest of the three citizens, Hamzeh's camp issued statements accusing them of being "members of one of the Kurdish opposition parties of the Iranian government."

 On Thursday, January 14, 2021, Anwar Chalshi was transferred to the political prisoner ward of Urmia Central Prison.

 This Kurdish citizen was transferred from the Al-Mahdi Detention Center in Urmia to the quarantine ward of the city's central prison six days before being transferred to the political prison ward.

 Kamel Seydan Maskan (Jabarvand) was transferred from the Al-Mahdi Detention Center in Urmia to the quarantine ward of the city's central prison on Saturday, February 6, 2021, after completing his interrogation.

 Musa Alosi was released on bail from Al-Mahdi Detention Center in Urmia after completing his interrogation.