MKO member assassinates teacher, IRGC member in Qazvin

The Mujahedin-e Khalq terrorist group has claimed responsibility for the assassination of a teacher and an IRGC member by one of its members during two weeks in September 1981 in the city of Qazvin.

The MKO terrorist group made the confession in the No. 40 of the Journal of Muslim Student Associations’ Union Abroad, one of the group’s press organs during early years of the 80s.

At that issue, the journal's editors have collected some news about the MKO’s operations in Iran which had been published in Jomhouri-e Eslami (Islamic Republican) and Ettela’at, two official Iranian newspapers, during February and March 1982. The MKO’s journal has described these news as “some of the Iranian government’s confessions about numerous nationwide operations” of the MKO.

Among the news published in the newspaper that the MKO’s publication has referred to it as a document for its bravely operations, one is about execution of a member of MKO at the behest of the Revolutionary Tribunal of Qazvin. According to this news, the assailant, Ibrahim Nademi alias Manuchehr, had been executed for the assassination of Hesari and Chegini.

The two victims, according to the Khatte-sorkh website, the database for 3000 martyrs of Qazvin province, are Seyed Ali Hesari and Ghodratollah Chegini who were assassinated by Nademi in Qazvin on September 17 and September 3, 1981.

Seyed Ali Hesari, according to the Khatte-sorkh, was a 19-year-old young man who had joined the Iranian Revolutionary Guard Corps. While, Ghodratollah Chegini, father of two children, was a teacher who had BA in Arabic Literature.