Ms. Narges Beheshti, the sister of Mostafa Beheshti, whose residence was searched by the police on Thursday and then he was taken to the police department to answer some questions, wrote a letter to the Minister of Interior of Albania, who is in charge of the police of this country.
The text of the letter is as follows:
Minister of Internal Affairs of the Republic of Albania
Greetings and Regards,
I am Narges Beheshti, the sister of Mostafa Beheshti, who used to be a member of the Mojahedin-e Khalq Organization (MEK, MKO) in Albania, but now he is out of their camp and is freely living his normal life in Tirana.
I was informed that on the morning of Thursday, July 14, 2022, based on the 6-page order of the prosecutor, the Albanian police approached the residence of a number of Iranians living in Tirana who were formerly members of the MEK, including my brother Mostafa Beheshti, and inspected their places and belongings. And then the police took them to the police station for questioning. Also, according to the 3-page report of the police, finally: “No illegal items were found in the inspected places, cars and equipment.”
I also learned that the action of the police was based on false information that the MEK provided to the anti-terrorism police. Apparently, this is not the first time that the Albanian police acted based on false information received by the Rajavi Cult.
The fact is that many people inside the camp of the Rajavi Cult want to separate, and the MEK prevents them from leaving with the trick that if they separate, they will have a difficult life ahead of them. Therefore, the conditions of those like my brother who have returned to a free and normal life causes more people to want to leave, and therefore Maryam Rajavi tries to make the life of those separated more difficult.
It is surprising that the Albanian government does not know the true nature of Maryam Rajavi and the MEK after all these years. Such games should no longer deceive anyone and cause the Albanian police to become the toy of an illegal organization (MEK) against a legally registered association (ASILA).