Fearing the challenge of the movement against the hijab, the government of Iran is trying to intimidate by taking strong measures. Due to this, now the government is preparing to prosecute about one thousand people who violate the law in the Revolutionary Court.
Fearing the challenge of the anti-hijab movement in Iran, the government is now preparing to prosecute about a thousand protesters in Tehran. Earlier, the government had tried all the tricks to suppress the protest. At the same time, the protesters are continuing the movement, while the government is calling it a conspiracy of enemy countries. The semi-official news agency Tasnim News Agency quoted Tehran’s Chief Justice as saying that about a thousand people who violated the country’s law would be tried in the Revolutionary Court.
Many allegations leveled against the protesters
According to the information, these protesters have been accused of vandalism, misbehaving with dead security guards, setting fire to public property. Apart from this, judicial authorities have announced that hundreds of people will be tried in other provinces on charges of corruption and war against God. It may carry the death penalty.
Harna news agency has claimed that so far 283 protesters have been killed in clashes with security forces, 44 of them minors. Apart from this, 34 security forces personnel have also died. The agitation, which started after the death of Kurdish girl Mahsa Amini in police custody on September 16, does not seem to stop even after a month and a half. People have become so fearless during the movement that they are raising slogans of Murdabad against Iran’s Supreme Leader Ayatollah Khamenei in the streets.
Movement going on for several days
Let us tell you that after the death of 22-year-old Mehsa Amini in police custody two months ago, the movement against the hijab and other restrictions in Iran is not taking its name to stop. This movement, which has arisen since the 1979 revolution, has given sleepless sleep to the Iranian government.