Ruknuddin Mokhtari, Torturer of the Artist

During this period, censorship and auditing reached their limits, to the point where even all the personal correspondence and letters of the people were read with the cooperation of the post office employees. The intelligence officers and the Police Department of Security kept a strict watch over the post offices and the senders and receivers of correspondence and letters, so that whenever any material indicating opposition to the government was found in them, they would prosecute and punish the person responsible for it.