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Two kolbar were injured in the border areas of Nowsud and SarvAbad

In the past two days, two kolbars were injured, one kolbar in the SarvAbad Heights fell from a height, and another kolbar was shot and wounded with a shotgun.

According to the information human rights of Kurdistan Iran Tuesday, February 16, 2021; On Sunday and Monday, two kolbar were wounded. The identity of the kolbar who was shot in the border areas of Nowsud was “Saivan Shirmohammadi” from Mansour Aghaei village of Shaho district, and the kolbar who was injured in SarvAbad heights “Yousef Malian” resident of Marivan city Has been verified.

According to reports received: “” On the night of Sunday, February 14, 2021, a kolbar in the border heights of Nowsud, while returning with another group of kolbars, was shot with a shotgun and was seriously injured. ”

In another report from Sarvabad Heights: “” On Monday, February 15th, another kolbar identified as “Yousef Malian” a resident of Marivan city in Sarvabad Heights, was severely injured when he fell from the mountain heights. ”

According to the human rights statistics of Iranian Kurdistan, from the beginning of 2021 until now, eighteen kolbar have been injured and twelve kolbar / businessmen have been killed as a result of shooting and natural disasters. Due to its limited volume and the fact that independent human rights groups are not allowed to operate in Iran, this report cannot fully reflect the human rights situation, the killing and wounding of kolbars in Iran.

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