A man has been sentenced to death by the Iranian authorities after being arrested during the protests. He is the third person to be sentenced to death in connection with the recent massive protests against the regime around Iran and, particularly Western Balochistan.
According to local reports, the Iranian courts sentenced a young protestor to death. The authorities are cracking down on the protestors who stood up against the regime in the recent uprising.
The man, identified as Kambeez Karoth, was once released on bail after being arrested but later on. He was again arrested and brought to the court which issued his death sentence for taking part in the mass scale of protests against the current regime of Iran.
The twenty-year-old youth from the main city of Western Balochistan, Zahedan, was ordered to be executed by two branches of Shaheed Noori Court.
The Son of Mahrullah, Kameez Karoth was abducted by the officials of the Iranian authorities from a shop in Zahedan of Balochistan.
According to sources privy to dealings of the court, Kameez had rejected all the allegations of being involved in any illegal activity, but after the appeal of Mahdi Shamsabad before the court for his sentence to death, the court did not listen to anything from the young boy and issued orders of his execution.
It is to be remembered that he is the third youth from Zahedan who has been abducted by Iranian officials and later on ordered to be executed by the courts after the recent massive protests of people against the regime across the country.
The international community has condemned the growing incidents of execution by the government and asked for the release of the detainees.