Evin Prison authorities have claimed that only four prisoners remain in jail out of some 8,000 arrested during the uprising, and there are no women among them.
A delegation of Iranian parliamentary deputies visited Evin Prison for two hours on Wednesday, January 31, 2018, but since it had been claimed that there are no women among the four remaining prisoners, they did not pay visit to the women’s ward. (The state-run ILNA news agency – January 31, 2018)
This is while more than 8,000 protesters were arrested in the nationwide uprising in Iran in 142 cities. They are presently in prison and under torture. Hundreds of women are among these detainees. Dozens of female college students and women civil and human rights activists are in prison and the regime refuses to release them.