In Iran, the ruckus continues after the death of 22-year-old girl Mahsa Amini in police custody. Women are protesting in many parts of the country. In the capital Tehran, many times the situation went out of control of the security forces, due to which they had to resort to tear gas shells and firing. If reports are to be believed, the chief of the Iran Moral Police has been removed from the post on the third day amid the demonstrations.
The 22-year-old Iranian girl Mahsa was detained by the police for not wearing the hijab properly. He died in police custody, after which the anger of the people boiled and people started protesting in different parts of the country starting from Tehran. According to media reports, so far two people have died in these demonstrations. While a large number of people are also said to be injured.According to reports, two civilians, Fouad Kadimi and Mohsin Mohammadi, who were injured in a demonstration in Diwandarrah Town, Iran, have died during treatment at Kosar Hospital. At the same time, 15 people are said to be injured, who are undergoing treatment.
Iran Police has described Mahsa Amini's death as an unfortunate incident. At the same time, the police has also denied that during the custody Mahsa Amini was physically hurt.Hussein Rahimi, Commander of the Greater Tehran Police, said in a press conference that the death of Mahsa Amini is very unfortunate and we wish that such an incident should never happen again.Rahimi further said that wrong allegations are being made against Iran Police in this case. He said that Amini was not harmed in any way in custody. Even after this, the police tried their best to save him.