Despite completing the interrogation process, Galaleh Moradi is in a state of uncertainty in Urmia Central Prison. She had previously been charged by the Revolutionary Court with “collaborating with Kurdish opposition parties”. A year after her arrest, she remains in Urmia Prison abeyance.
According to the Campaign for the Defense of Political and Civil Prisoners, today, Saturday, April 2nd, 2022, Galaleh Moradi, a resident of Piranshahr, is in the women’s ward of Urmia Central Prison for nearly a year.
According to this report, Galaleh Moradi was transferred to Urmia Prison along with her two children by IRGC intelligence after interrogation, in late March 2022. Her two children are released on bail.
It should be noted that Galaleh Moradi had gone on a hunger strike protesting her continued detention and indecision on February 14th, 2022. The Urmia Central Prison ‘s officials did not pay any attention to her demands.
This citizen from Piranshahr has repeatedly asked the authorities of Urmia Prison to determine her status, but no specific answer has been given to her.
Galaleh Moradi, along with her two children, Matin Bazazi and Taher Bazazi, were arrested by Piranshahr IRGC intelligence agents and were transferred to the detention center of this security organization in Urmia for interrogation on April 17th, 2021.
In June 2021, Galaleh Moradi was transferred from the IRGC Intelligence Detention Center to Urmia Central Prison after being interrogated.
Also, after the interrogation process, Taher Bazazi and Matin Bazazi were released from detention.
The charge against Galaleh Moradi was made during the interrogation as “collaborating with a Kurdish opposition party”, but it does not appear that a hearing was held on her case.