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Saeed Torabian, head of the Public Bureau of the Bus Workers Union, arrested in Tehran

Saeed Torabian was arrested by four security forces in his home Wednesday morning. He is the third member of the board of bus workers union who was arrested. Mansour Osanlou and Ebrahim Madadi were arrested earlier on security accusations.

 

Thursday, Persian date Khordad 20 1389 Syndicate of Workers of Tehran and Suburbs Bus Company announced that S. TORABIAN, one of the board members and the public relations trade organization Wednesday morning at his home in Tehran, was arrested by four security guards. Mr. TORABIAN third board member of the Syndicate of Workers of Tehran and Suburbs Bus Company that are prisoners. Before him, Ebrahim Madadi and Mansour, chairman and vice chairman of the Board of Trade Unions have also been detained on security charges. Syndicate of Workers of Tehran and Suburbs Bus Company, said that officers bracelet TORABIAN S. touching hands, searched his home for three hours, and he took with personal and PC. Since the reasons for the detention and the whereabouts of Mr TORABIAN specified. Syndicate of Workers of Tehran and Suburbs Bus Company noted that Mr. TORABIAN four months, followed by four years of uncertainty, his work was back in Tehran and Suburbs Bus Company. S. TORABIAN great strike Workers of Tehran and Suburbs Bus Company, was arrested in 1384 and spent more than two months in detention. Union of Workers of Tehran and Suburbs Bus Company TORABIAN S. condemning the arrest and demanding the immediate and unconditional release of his condition and Ebrahim Madadi and Mansour, who live in the city of Karaj. Before TORABIAN S., A. Akhavan, public relations worker rights defenders last week at his home in Tehran, was arrested by security agents. He has already spent in prison. In recent years, labor activists in Iran have been faced with the pressures of increasing security, and justice. These pressures widespread protests by human rights organizations and trade unions in the world is facing.