Andisheh Sadri, a Kurdish civil activist, was transferred from the detention center of the Ministry of Intelligence in Tehran to the Sanandaj Correctional Center, known as the Women’s Ward.
According to the Campaign for the Defense of Political and Civil Prisoners, Andisheh Sadri, a Kurdish civil activist from Sanandaj (Kurdistan Provence), who was arrested by security forces in Tehran on Tuesday, October 6th (2020), was transferred from the Ministry of Intelligence Detention Center, known as Ward 209 of Evin Prison to the women’s ward of Sanandaj Prison after being interrogated and charged.
This Kurdish civil activist was transferred from Ward 209 of Evin Prison to the Sanandaj Correctional Center, known as the Women’s Ward of Sanandaj Prison, on Saturday, October 24, 2020.
Andisheh Sadri announced her transfer during a short call with her family, according to reports received.
Andisheh Sadri and Neda Pir Khezrian, two female Kurdish civil activists from Sanandaj, were arrested by security forces in Tehran on Tuesday, October ،۶th 2020.
As of this writing, no exact information is available on the reason for the arrest and the charges against this Kurdish civil activist.