Who was Hassan Lahuti?

Hassan Lahoti Ashkuri (7 November 1360–1306) was one of the prominent opponents and political prisoners during the Pahlavi regime. After the 1357 revolution, he entered the first parliament from Rasht. Before representing the Majlis, he was the commander of the Islamic Revolution Committees and, for a shorter period, the head of the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps. He was also the first Friday imam in Rasht. He was one of the clerics who supported Ruhollah Khomeini and was sent by him to Garmsar for religious propaganda, and he was engaged in religious-political activities in that city for many years. In the fifties, he was connected with one of the members of the organization (Hasan Abrari) by Asadullah Tajrishi, and due to his relationship and financial and political support from the People’s Mojahedin Khalq organization, he was arrested, interrogated, tortured, and imprisoned several times, the last of which was from 1353 to 1357.