Judiciary is involved in the murder of prisoners: Iran’s former President Mahmood Ahmedinejad

Iran's former president Mahmoud Ahmadinejad

Iran’s former president Mahmoud Ahmadinejad

Tehran … News Time

Iran’s former president Mahmoud Ahmadinejad and the country’s high judiciary have become more intense in the continuing conflicts. Mahmood Ahmadinejad has made a new accusation of the murder of the prisoners after the charges of corruption on the judiciary. According to Al-Arabiya.net, a footage on social media in Iran has been wrecked, which can be seen former President Mahmood Ahmadinejad criticized on the judiciary. He criticized the judiciary in a strict manner and called it “guilty in murder of prisoners.” Last week Mahmood Ahmadinejad also criticized the judiciary in connection with the media outside the Appeal Court. The former president had come to court on the trial court case against his assistant Hamid Baqi, but he was not allowed to hear the trial proceedings. Hamid is facing allegations of corruption. He said that due to its worst reaction, government and judiciary are facing less criticism and protest. The condition of the country is that the patience of youngsters is wasting handsome hands. Due to poverty, I am ashamed of my own family. Protesting citizens are being put in prisons, after killing the exiled prisoners, their statements are said to be said that their son was addicted to drugs or committed suicide. During the recent weeks in Iran, during the protest demonstrations against inflation, unemployment and economic disparities, the Iranian army and police cracked brutal cracks, which resulted in thousands of people being arrested and put in prisons. According to human rights activists, the number of citizens arrested is more than five thousand.


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