Women’s anger against Hijab is not stopping, is there going to be a big change in Iran? – न्यूज़लीड India

Women’s anger against Hijab is not stopping, is there going to be a big change in Iran?


Police arrested many protesters

On Sunday, security forces arrested some of the nearly 500 protesters in Sanandaj in northwestern Kurdistan province, the Fars news agency reported. These protesters were demonstrating against the government. The agency said the protesters broke the windows of some parked cars and set fire to the compartment. The police then used tear gas to disperse the crowd. Seeing the situation not being controlled, the police have also arrested some people.

The government said - did not die due to beating

The government said – did not die due to beating

The capital’s police chief, General Hossein Rahimi, said on Monday that 22-year-old Mahsa Amini had violated the dress code so police had asked her relatives to bring “decent clothes”. In late July, the government banned women from wearing coats that did not cover the knees, tight pants and ripped jeans as well as brightly colored outfits. Following the woman’s death, police claimed there was “no physical contact” between the officers and the victim, according to news agency Fars. However, most of the protesters were not convinced by the police explanation. They believe that Mahsa died due to torture.

Had I gone to the hospital at the right time, my life could have been saved.

Had I gone to the hospital at the right time, my life could have been saved.

Earlier on Friday, state television had also released a short video footage showing a woman having an argument with a policeman in the police station after an argument. It is being claimed that the woman is Mahsa Amini. The victim’s father, Amjad Amini, told Fars on Monday that he does not accept the clip being shown by the police. They believe that the footage has been tampered with. Along with this, he also expressed deep disappointment about the slow response of emergency services. He said that if Mahsa had been taken to the hospital at the right time, his life could have been saved. Interior Minister Ahmed Wahidi said on Saturday that he had received reports that emergency services had rushed to the scene.

The government said, the feeling was already ill

The government said, the feeling was already ill

“Mahsa apparently had previous physical problems and we have reported that he had brain surgery when he was five years old,” Wahidi said. Mehsa denied this and told the agency that her daughter had no history of illness and was in perfect health. According to Fars, the father said, “I asked the coroner to check for bruises on my daughter’s legs, but unfortunately he did not respond to my request.”

Fight for justice for Mahsa Amini

Let us tell you that this anger of Iranian women has erupted when 22-year-old girl Mehsa Amini was taken into custody by the police for not wearing a hijab and then she died suspiciously in police custody. The family alleges that she was severely tortured by the police, due to which she was seriously injured and later died. The mother of the deceased Mahsa Amini has directly accused the police of assault, while the police have denied the allegations. Mahsa Amini was arrested on 13 September in the capital Tehran and died on 16 September. According to the report, Mehsa Amini’s condition had deteriorated a few hours after her arrest and then she went into a coma, after which she was admitted to the hospital. She had come to visit Tehran with her family, from where she was arrested for not wearing a hijab.

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