Committee of Human Rights Reporters – On April 21st, Peyman Chalaki, former head of the Islamic Student Association of Saveh University, a Green movement activist and administrator of the Mousavi presidential election campaign, was released on bail of 400 million tomans.
According to CHRR, even though Peyman Chalaki had posted bail and was set to be released before the Nowruz holiday in March, he was kept behind bars and was finally granted furlough on Sunday April 21st. Chalaki was arrested on January 10, 2010 in the aftermath of the Ashura 88 protests, along with his wife and young child.
Peyman Chalaki, his wife Simeh Alamipasand and their 3-year old daughter Mana were arrested at their home by agents from the Sari Ministry of Intelligence. Chalaki was handed a 4-year prison sentence by the Revolutionary Court and the ruling was confirmed at the court of appeals.