General Council of Revolution Detainees (GCRD) has urged President Abdu Rabo Mansour Hadi and the interim government to promptly release detained revolutionaries, cautioning that an outrage wave will broke out in case the detainees stay in custodies.
GCRD has called for staging a sit-in before the cabinet in order to demand the release of detainees who were captured as a result of their participation in Yemen's revolution.
Head of GCRD Abdul-Karim Thoail has said the sit-in will be arranged every Tuesday in conjunction with the weekly meeting of the cabinet.
Thoail spelt out that arrests of revolutionaries are still carried out so far, pointing out that three revolutionaries were detained this week by security forces in Dhala'a governorate.
He called on all revolutionaries across Yemen to not accept participation in the national dialogue until all detained revolutionaries are freed.
Human Rights Minister Huriah Mashhour revealed this week that about 117 Yemeni revolutionaries are still held inside intelligence prisons.
A Yemeni rights group, Hood, has revealed that protesters who were detained during the event of the last year are tortured inside underground jails of the Republican Guard and the military intelligence.
In remarks to Aljazeera, an official of Hood, Abdul-Rahman Barman, affirmed that Hood has confirmed information that a large number of protesters along with soldiers who declared their support to the revolution are detained inside covert custodies of the National Security.
Barman said that Hood managed to have information about underground jails urn by the Republican Guard, the Central Security and the National Security.