Darfur Union in the UK pleas to the international community to intervene in the case of Student Mohammed Abdullah Baggari. 

Darfur Union in the UK pleas to the international community to intervene in the case of Student Mohammed Abdullah Baggari.   
It has been one and a half year since the arrest of student Mohammed Abdullah Baggari by the Sudanese police/ NISS. He was falsely accused of killing a student in Sharg Elneil university. The incident started when members of Darfur student society were holding a meeting to organise a cultural event in January 2015. The meeting was disrupted by armed NCP students. The attack on the Darfuri student was not an isolated on. Selected targeting of darfuri students by the NISS is happening frequentlt under the ruling of the NCP regime. 

As a result a student was killed and Mohammed Baggari was detailed and accused by NISS of killing the student. He was made a scapegoat for this heinous crime. While in the deletion, he was tortured and denied a fare trial. A few days ago sentencing was dramatically changed from imprisonment to the capital punishment.

Darfur Union in the UK pleas to the UK government, the EU, the US and international community to intervene immediately to save the life of student Mohammed Baggari by putting pressure on the government of Sudan to stop the illegal sentencing and to allow Baggari to exercise his legal rights by appointing a legal team of his and his family’s choice which he is not allowed to at the moment and over the past period of imprisonment. 
Press office 
Darfur Union in the UK

Website: https://darfurunionuk.wordpress.com

Email: darfurunionintheuk@gmail.com

Twitter: @darfurunion

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