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the Iranian intelligence Service conditioned family visiting the prisoners only if the families start cooperating with the Iranian Intelligence Service (= Etilahat)
Two Baloch prisoners denied family visit for 6 years
Two Baloch prisoners Abed Bampouri and Es´shaq Kalkali , held in Zahidan Central Prison, have been denied access to visit from their families since their arrest 6 years ago.
The two prisoners, Mr Abed Bampouri and Es´haq Kalkali has been tortured to accept the chargers, both prisoner has denied any wrong doing and contact with anti-regime forces.
According to Baloch Activists Campaign Abed Bampori and Eshaq Kalkali were arrested on the Friday 18 April 2008, blamed for contact with a anti-revolutionary groups. Without having access to lawyers and free trial, they were convicted to 21 years imprisonment[i].
A relative of the prisoners told the campaign “that the authorities, at the time of sentence told the families that after five years the prisoners will be given permission to visit their families. Now after 6 years imprisonment the Attorney, has giver the verdict for permission but the Iranian intelligence Service conditioned family visiting the prisoners only if the families start cooperating with the Iranian Intelligence Service (= Etilahat)