Dismissal of all Baha'i Employees of Achilandoor Company

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HRANA (20 March 2011 – HRANA News Agency) While more than two months have passed since the CEO and five employees of Achilandoor Company were detained by IRGC [Iranian Revolutionary Guards Corps] intelligence officers, in the last few days, all Baha’i employees and workers of this company in the cities of Tehran and Mashhad have been fired following an order issued by the Intelligence Office of IRGC.
According to a report by Human Rights Activists News Agency (HRANA), the exact number of those expelled isn’t yet known, but it is estimated that more than 25 Baha’i citizens have been fired on the eve of the Persian New Year.

It is noteworthy that amongst the six aforementioned citizens, three of the employees are the followers of the Baha’i faith. Thus far, not only clear and specific charges for these arrests haven’t been filed but the whereabouts of the detainees yet to be disclosed to their families.

It is also important to mention that these arrests were made following a report released by the Fars News Agency, banning the use of automatic doors manufacture by Achilandoor Company for security reasons and charging the company to be affiliated with the Baha’i believers.

HRANA News Agency – While more than two months have passed since the CEO and five employees of Achilandoor Company were detained by IRGC [Iranian Revolutionary Guards Corps] intelligence officers, in the last few days, all Baha’i employees and workers of this company in the cities of Tehran and Mashhad have been fired following an order issued by the Intelligence Office of IRGC.
According to a report by Human Rights Activists News Agency (HRANA), the exact number of those expelled isn’t yet known, but it is estimated that more than 25 Baha’i citizens have been fired on the eve of the Persian New Year.

It is noteworthy that amongst the six aforementioned citizens, three of the employees are the followers of the Baha’i faith. Thus far, not only clear and specific charges for these arrests haven’t been filed but the whereabouts of the detainees yet to be disclosed to their families.

It is also important to mention that these arrests were made following a report released by the Fars News Agency, banning the use of automatic doors manufacture by Achilandoor Company for security reasons and charging the company to be affiliated with the Baha’i believers.

Source: http://www.en-hrana.org/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=253:0000&catid=13:religious-minorities&Itemid=13

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