President Ibrahim Raisi said, you have to wear hijab for interview! female anchor denied – न्यूज़लीड India

President Ibrahim Raisi said, you have to wear hijab for interview! female anchor denied


Hijab uproar in Iran

In Iran, the case of the alleged death of Mahsa Amini in police custody has gained momentum. This matter has reached other countries like fire through Iran. In many countries including Iran, the police action and death case against Mahsa Amini for not wearing the hijab is being strongly condemned. On the other hand, 31 civilians have died so far in clashes between protesters and security forces in the course of 5 days of protest against hijab in Iran. Also, more than a thousand people have been detained. Internet services have come to a standstill in the country.

Anchor refuses to wear hijab, Raisi's interview did not happen

Anchor refuses to wear hijab, Raisi’s interview did not happen

The country’s President Ibrahim Raisi is in America these days amid hijab protests in Iran. According to the information, here he was scheduled to have an interview with Christine Emanpour, senior anchor of America’s leading international TV channel CNN. However, the anchor refused to wear the hijab in front of Raisi, after which the interview could not take place. The TV anchor has given complete information about this topic by tweeting through Twitter.

Anchor tweeted

Anchor tweeted

Anchor Christine Emanpour tweeted on Twitter that opposition to the hijab has increased in Iran. After the death of Mahsa Amini, the women there are burning their hijab on the streets. Last night there was news of the death of 8 protesters. She wanted to ask Iran’s President Ibrahim Raisi a question related to this.

Movement against hijab started from September 16, America will support

Movement against hijab started from September 16, America will support

Protests against the hijab continue in Iran that began on 16 September. Men are also supporting women in this protest. Earlier, US President Joe Biden, in his address to the UN, vowed to support the campaign against women’s hijab in Iran. It is reported that in the course of the ongoing protests regarding the hijab, internet services have been stopped because the youth there are sending secret messages through it. In view of this, it has been decided to shut down the internet.

Men are also involved in this campaign of women, 31 people died

Men are also involved in this campaign of women, 31 people died

Men are also supporting women in the protest against the hijab. Now it has spread to 15 cities. Violent clashes are also taking place between the police and the protesters. The police opened fire to stop the agitating people. Three protesters were killed in firing on Thursday. The death toll has gone up to 31 in 5 days. Hundreds of people are injured.

more than a thousand arrested

more than a thousand arrested

More than 1000 people have been arrested. The youth have made a mobile app named Garshad against the government’s moral policing. 10 lakh people have downloaded this app in 5 days. The youth are running a secret message through this. In view of this, mobile internet has been closed and Instagram has been blocked in Tehran. After the death of Mahsa Amini, the situation there is becoming uncontrollable. People are protesting on the streets against Mahsa’s death. Gradually, this demonstration has spread to more than 50 cities and other areas of Iran. Police is using force to stop the protesters.

Mehsa dies for not wearing hijab

Mehsa dies for not wearing hijab

In Iran, 22-year-old Mehsa Amini was detained by police on September 13 for not wearing a hijab. It is alleged that the police assaulted her in custody, due to which she went into a coma. Mahsa Amini died three days after the incident. However, the officials vehemently denied these allegations.

(Photo Credit : Twitter & PTI)

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