Hijab Mandatory In Cars Amid Protests In Iran, Police Issued Warning
Anti Hijab Protests: There has been unrest in Iran since the death of Mahsa Amini. Meanwhile, Iranian police have issued fresh warnings that women will have to wear headscarves even in cars. Significantly, protests are going on in the country for the last three months. The protests began after the controversial death of 22-year-old Mahsa Amini in moral police custody. Mahsa Amini was detained for not wearing her hijab properly.
According to media reports, the Iranian police has allegedly said in a warning message that women sitting in the vehicle have been seen without hijab. This should not happen henceforth, the norms of the society should be respected. Along with this, it is necessary to ensure that this action does not happen again.
senior police officer said
Car owners will be sent an SMS text message alerting them of dress code violations in their vehicle and will be warned of “legal” action if repeated, Fars news agency quoted a senior police officer as saying.
Iranian writer sentenced to death
Earlier, famous Iranian writer Mehdi Bahman was sentenced to death. Mehdi Bahman had given an interview to an Israeli TV channel, in which he criticized the government of Iran. Iran arrested Bahman immediately after the interview. Earlier, Iran has sentenced 11 protesters to death and detained more than a hundred amid protests that have been going on for more than three months.
Biggest protest after 1979
Let us tell you that after the Islamic revolution of 1979, this is the biggest movement ever in the country. Both the public and the government have had to pay a heavy price for this till now. According to the Human Rights Activists News Agency (HRANA), 500 protesters have died so far during the ongoing protests in different parts of the country.
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