SANAA, The Ministry of the Interior Thursday released 80 prisoners who were misled by the Saudi-American aggression coalition to participate in the sedition Hajour in the province of Hajjah province.
During the release, the governor of Hajjah Hilal al-Sufi pointed out that this release came in implementation of the directives of Mr. Abdul Malik Badr al-Deen al-Houthi, on the occasion of the coming of month of Ramadan.
He considered this batch is the second of those released who were involved in the sedition of Hajour.
He stressed that work is underway to complete the procedures for releasing the rest of the misled.
"We all have to stand together to confront the US-saudi coalition aggression that is targeting Yemen, its people and aim to occupy its land and to plunder its wealth," he said.
He noted to Hajour people's adherence to the values of the Yemeni tribe, which does not accept the occupation and does not stand in the ranks of the enemy against the people of Yemen.
He praised the pardon of Mr. Abdulmalik Al-Houthi for those who were misled, adding that thus contributes to uniting the national ranks to confront the aggression.
The Undersecretary of the Ministry of the Interior for the Human Resources and Finance Sector and Major General Ali al-Saifi expressed the Ministry's keenness to implement the instructions of Mr. Abdulmalik Al-Houthi to release as many prisoners as possible, whether they are misled or insolvent.
He urged the released prisoners to take into account the interests of the homeland and not be dragged behind schemes that target the security and stability of Yemen and public tranquility.
The released prisoners expressed their gratitude to the revolutionary and political leadership and the Ministry of Interior for granting them amnesties.
They said that they realized the size of the plot that targets Yemen and acknowledged the mistakes that the committed when they were used as a tool to tamper with security and implement the plots of the enemies of Yemen.
They stressed the importance of being soldiers in Yemen's ranks and defending the land.
The release was attended by a number of sheikhs of Hajjah province.
Source: Yemen News Agency