Nazanin Zaghari -Ratcliffe came to Iran on April and from airport only she was arrested for plotting topple the government in Tehran. On September, she was sentenced to five years prison.
On Monday Hojjat Kermani told, Iranian Revolutionary court has sentenced British-Iranian aid worker Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe to a one-year jail term and she is banned from leaving the country for a year.
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson told reporters ‘I don’t think that its right to sentenced Nazanin in another one-year prison now she should be sent back to her home UK to her husband and daughter’. Added that London was working with the United States on dual-nationals jailed in Iran for her release.
Zaghari-Ratcliffe, a project manager with the Thomson Reuters Foundation charity. She was released last month at the end of a five-year sentence from house arrest, but immediately ordered back into court to face the new propaganda charges. She spent four years in the jail before being released into house arrest in March 2020 during the coronavirus pandemic.
Lawmaker Tulip Siddiq, who represents Zaghari-Ratcliffe’s north London constituency, said in the latest news updates was “absolutely devastating”, adding on Twitter that it was “another abusive use of her as a bargaining chip.”
Hajjot Kermani said he would appeal the new sentence within 21 days under Iranian law. The Government will not stop we surely do something, we will re-double our efforts and we’re working with our American friends on this issue as well.’