NSPA chairman sentenced to six years imprisonment

Society Materials 17 June 2011 17:47 (UTC +04:00)

Azerbaijan, Baku, June 17 /Trend, K.Zarbaliyeva/

The chairman of Azerbaijan National Statehood Party Nemat Panahli has been sentenced to six years imprisonment, Panahli's lawyer Samir Isayev told Trend.

Another defendant in this case - Ceyhun Farzullaev was sentenced to four years imprisonment at the trial, held at the Narimanov District Court.

Baku resident Eldaniz Rzayev called the Interior Ministry's service 102 and informed that Nemat Panahli and Ceyhun Farzullayev had threatened him on the Mirali Gashqai street of the Nizami district.

Based on the complaint, the abovementioned persons were arrested.
A criminal has been filed under the Article 221.3 (hooliganism committed with application of a weapon or subjects, used as the weapon) of the Criminal Code.

Two months arrest as a preventive measure was taken with regards to Panahli and Farzullayev by the Nasimi District Court on Jan.10.

According to the Interior Ministry, the investigation revealed that a dispute took place during a car purchase deal

Rzayev, who was subjected to beating, bought a car from Panahli. On the day of the incident on the Mirali Gashqai Street, technical problems were identified in the car. Rzayev phoned Panahli and reported the problems. Panahli met Rzayev and as a result of a dispute, beat the buyer.