Anger erupts again against Islamic rule in Iran, massive protests against Supreme Leader – न्यूज़लीड India

Anger erupts again against Islamic rule in Iran, massive protests against Supreme Leader

Anger erupts again against Islamic rule in Iran, massive protests against Supreme Leader


Slogans against Ayatollah Ali Khamenei

According to reports, protesters have turned violent in southeast Iran. According to human rights groups, at least 100 protesters have been sentenced to death. Let us tell you that in mid-September, 22-year-old Kurdish girl Mahsa Amini, who was detained by the Moral police in Iran for ‘not wearing the hijab properly’, died suspiciously in police custody. Only after this the anger of the Iranian people erupted and millions of people are on the streets. At the same time, this demonstration has got the support of the students, so its fire is not taking the name of extinguishing. The Iranian government has also announced the dissolution of the Moral Police, but the women’s demand is not only to end the hijab, but to end the Islamic regime itself, which has full and democratic rights for women. Rights demanded.

Anger has erupted against the supreme leader

Anger has erupted against the supreme leader

Iran’s protesters are chanting ‘Death to Supreme Leader Khamenei’. In videos going viral from Iran, protesters can be seen chanting slogans against Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei in Zahedan, the capital of Sistan-Baluchistan province. Let us tell you that Iran’s Balochistan state is very poor and there live about two million Baloch, about whom human rights groups say, they have faced discrimination and repression for decades. At the same time, Iran’s currency has been devastated due to heavy protests and Iran’s currency has lost a quarter of its value since the protests began more than three months ago. The Iranian currency has been destroyed against the dollar and has reached almost 3 lakhs, due to which there has been a tremendous increase in inflation in Iran.

The country's currency was destroyed by the demonstration

The country’s currency was destroyed by the demonstration

On Friday, the new governor of Iran’s central bank, Mohammad Reza Farzin, told state TV that the bank would now intervene in the foreign exchange market to support the rial. He accepted that the current foreign exchange rate was ruined and now the central bank would intervene in the free market. At the same time, a crowd of Iranian protesters has gathered at the graves of protesters killed by Iranian security forces during anti-government protests. More than a hundred protesters have been shot dead in Iran. Meanwhile, a large crowd of protesters gathered at the Behesh-e Zahra cemetery in the capital Tehran to mark the 40-day anniversary since the death of Hamidreza Rouhi. Protesters have held a large number of anti-government demonstrations during this period. Let us tell you that Roohi was shot by Iranian security forces during anti-government protests in November.

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