Thursday, February 22nd, 2024

THEY DECLARED THE PAMIRI PEOPLE A MAJOR CRIMINAL ORGANIZATION 

Rustam Joni, the well-known Tajik journalist published on his Facebook page the list of people who were transferred from the pre-trail detention center to the Correctional Facility No. 3.4 in Dushanbe. In this list, the names of some natives of Badakhshan can be seen, 26 of whom have been sent to prison under Article 187, Section 2 Criminal Code of Tajikistan.

Referring to this article of Criminal Code of Tajikistan, journalist Rustami Joni wrote: “Can it be called anything other than a “troika”? All of them were sentenced under Article 187 Section 2. From now on, this article can be called the article of “Pamiri people”. In the eyes of the government, every Pamiri activist is a member of a criminal organization”.
Here is the translation of the complete post of journalist Rustami Joni

THEY DECLARED THE PAMIRI PEOPLE A MAJOR CRIMINAL ORGANIZATION 

“We received a list of people who were transferred from the pre-trial detention center to Correctional Facility No. 3.4 in Dushanbe on January 10. Their court sentence has taken effect. They are Pamiri activists who were arrested by the government during the “cleansing” campaign.

Just look at the years of sentence. It is clear that the court sentenced them to prison without any hearing or discussion. Perhaps, in any practice of the courts of the world, you will not come across such a thing, when several people were sentenced at once and wholly.
It is not possible, that even one of them did not have a reason to reduce the sentence. This is beyond logic…

Can it be called anything other than a “troika”? All of them were sentenced under Article 187 Section 2. From now on, this article can be called the article of “Pamiri people” . In the eyes of the government, every Pamiri activist is a member of a criminal organization.
In fact, they are all victims of another big criminal organization, that is, the government…
Note: Article 187 of Criminal Code of Tajikistan. Organizing a Criminal Community (Criminal Organization) Section 2. Participation in a criminal community (criminal organization) or in an association of organizers, leaders, or other representatives of organized groups (Law of the Republic of Tajikistan dated 17.05.2004 No. 35) is punishable by imprisonment for a period of 8 to 12 years (Law of the Republic of Tajikistan dated 18.06.2008 No. 386, No. 966 dated 13.06.2013 ).

  1. Gharibmamadov Mamadrahim Bogichoevich (1963) – Article 187.2, 10 years and 6 months
  2. Odinaev Khudoi Mavlonazarovich (1971) Article 187.2 and 197.3, 15 years
  3. Pallazoda Amir Juma (1997), Article 187.2 and 330.1, 11 years and 6 months
  4. Qurbanmamadov Musrif Gulomamadovich (1989), Article 187.2, 10 years and 6 months
  5. Khujaazizov Akmal Zoirovich (1985), Article 187.2, 10 years and 6 months
  6. Rahmatulloev Rakhshon Rahmatulloevich (1984), Article 187.2, 10 years and 6 months
  7. Nodalibov Shuhrat Mamadzarifovich (1991), Article 187.2, 10 years and 6 months
  8. Khisravov A’zam Alyoshevich (1987), Article 187.2, 10 years and 6 months
  9. Davlatbekov Orzu Lashkarbekovich (1987), Article 187.2, 10 years and 6 months
  10. Bodurkhonov Saidkhon Mirshakkarovych (1984), Article 187.2, 10 years and 6 months
  11. Miralibekov Orzu Soibnazarovich (1980), Article 187.2, 10 years and 6 months
  12. Salomatshoev Tohir Bakhtibekovich (1978), Article 187.2, 10 years and 6 months
  13. Shurov Nazarmavlo Zikirovich (1967), Article 187.2, 9 years and 6 months
  14. Jumaev Farzun Jumaevich (1991), Article 187.2, 9 years and 6 months
  15. Kayobekov Amirbek Alifbekovich (1967), Article 187.2, 9 years and 6 months
  16. Shodavlatov Ibroz Khojadavlatovich (1992), Article 187.2, 9 years and 6 months
  17. Shodikhanov Umed Mabatkhonovich (1985), Article 187.2, 9 years and 6 months
  18. Khursandov Ibrohim Nazarmavloevich (1994), Article 187.2, 9 years and 6 months
  19. Majnunov Mehrubon Mirvanjovich (1984), Article 187.2, 9 years and 6 months
  20. Gholomamadov Zafar Musliddinovich (1988), Article 187.2, 9 years and 6 months
  21. Mabatkulov Shodibek Sainenovich (1992), Article 187.2, 9 years and 6 months
  22. Mirzoev Davlatbek Mirzoevich (2001), Article 187.2, 9 years and 6 months
  23. Aknazarov Rustam Nazarshoevych (1984), Article 187.2, 8 years and 6 months
  24. Khalilov Nasrullo Khudonazarovich (1990), Article 187.2, 8 years and 6 months
  25. Farosatshoev Farosatsho Pulodovich (1981), Article 187.2, 10 years and 6 months
  26. Khushvaktov Nazirsha Nazimshoevich (1997), Article 307.3, and 307.2, 7 years and 6 months

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