Fuel Uprising: One of the detainees dies in Gohardasht Prison

Last night, Mr. Mohammad Jalali, a 25-year-old man who set himself on fire in protest to the fuel rationing by the mullahs’ regime in Iran, died after not receiving any medical care in the notorious Gohardasht Prison in the outskirt of Karaj City, thirty Kilometers west of Tehran.

Last week, the mullahs’ henchmen refused to transfer Mr. Jalali to hospital for medial treatment of his burns. Instead, he was directly sent to Gohardasht Prison. The young man self-immolated outside a gas station in Fardis district in Karaj. He was seriously injured at the time of his arrest by the State Security Forces (SSF).

The Iranian Resistance expressed its deepest condolences to Jalali family over their son’s death and holds his prison guards and the regime responsible. It also called on all international human rights organizations, the UN High Commissioner for Human Rights, the UN Secretary General and the Security Council to condemn the heinous crime.

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