IranProtests: In protest against the death of 22-year-old Mahsa Amini in police custody, school girls raised slogans against the paramilitary force officer who came to give a speech. The girls chanted “Busise Go Get Lost!” Slogans. This video is becoming very viral on social media.
A new video went viral on Wednesday amid anti-government protests intensified across the country after the death of 22-year-old Mahsa Amini in police custody in Iran. In this video, a group of schoolgirls in Iran can be seen shouting slogans against an officer of the country’s paramilitary force. In a video viral on social media, high school girls in Tehran can be seen taking off their headscarves and shouting slogans against “(Supreme leader Ayatollah Ali) Khamenei. However, NDTV independently confirmed the video. does not do.
School girls are increasingly vocal against the regime during #IranProtests. This clip shows when a school brought a member of regime's IRGC paramilitary Basij to speak to the girls, they responded with chants of "Basij go get lost!"#MahsaAmini #مهسا_امینی pic.twitter.com/NxxgQXLf4c
— Alireza Jafarzadeh (@A_Jafarzadeh) October 5, 2022
The video is said to be from a school in Shiraz, which was shot on Tuesday. It is seen in the video that around 50 female students surrounded the paramilitary force officer and raised slogans against him. The officer was invited to deliver a speech at the school. Iranian officials sent security forces to universities in several cities on Wednesday, Reuters news agency quoted witnesses as saying. Because the universities of the country remain the center of protest against the government.
It is now more than two weeks since the nationwide agitation and unrest that began in Iran following the death of Mahsa Amini in police custody. Even after this, demonstrations are taking place in different corners of the country and people are angry against the government. Eyewitnesses told the news agency Reuters that the university and its surrounding areas in Urmia, Tabriz, Rasht and the capital Tehran remain demonstration sites. . A student in Tehran said, “There are a lot of security forces around Tehran University. I’m too scared to leave the campus. A lot of police vans are waiting outside to arrest the students.”
Protests have erupted across Iran since the death of a single Iranian Kurdish Amini woman on September 13 after she was detained for wearing “inappropriate clothing” in Tehran.