Report on Reza Salmanzadeh’s Unsuitable Condition in Karaj’s Qezel Hesar Prison

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Reza Salmanzadeh, a political prisoner detained in Karaj’s Qezel Hesar Prison, despite suffering from multiple physical issues, has been deprived of adequate medical attention.

According to the Campaign for Defense of Political and Civil Prisoners, Mr. Salmanzadeh, who is serving a sentence of two years and eight months, is experiencing kidney stones and testicular problems.

An informed source, confirming this news, stated: “Despite his poor physical condition, Mr. Salmanzadeh has been deprived of proper medical care.”

The source added: “Mr. Salmanzadeh was recently briefly taken to a medical center, but despite no improvement, he was returned to Qezel Hesar Prison in Karaj.”

Salmanzadeh was arrested at his private residence by security forces, and transferred to Evin Prison’s Ward 209 on May 12th, 2022
After a period, he was moved to the public ward of Evin Prison and then, in August of the same year, sentenced by Branch 26 of the Tehran Revolutionary Court to one year for “anti-regime propaganda” and two years and eight months for “membership in illegal groups aimed at disrupting national security.”

This prisoner was transferred from Evin Prison to Qezel Hesar Prison in Karaj on September 3rd, 2023.

The deprivation of Reza Salmanzadeh from adequate medical services is a clear violation of human rights and an injustice against a political prisoner.

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