Kurdish activists Reza Andisheh and Ashkan Fahim have been transferred to Mahabad and Orumiyeh prisons in West Azerbaijan Province after the conclusion of their interrogation period at the detention centre of the Intelligence Organisation of the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC) in Orumiyeh.
Andisheh was transferred to Mahabad Prison on 15 October and Fahim was moved to Orumiyeh Central Prison on 18 October, the Kurdistan Human Rights Network (KHRN) has learned.
The activists have faced restrictions since their arrest, including being denied access to legal counsel and family visits.
Andisheh and Fahim, along with an unidentified third person, were arrested in a raid carried out by over 60 armed agents of the Intelligence Organisation of the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC).
The incident took place in the early hours of 15 September when security forces surrounded an alleyway near Independence Square in Mahabad, where Fahim lived.
The agents forced their way into the house, smashing doors and windows, and arrested the activists after brutally beating and hitting them with rifle butts, causing serious injuries and bleeding.
Despite being arrested more than a month ago, the charges against Andisheh and Fahim remain unknown.