Montazer al-Mahdi, the Iranian regime’s deputy police chief in social affairs, referred to reports of “not abiding by virtue and hijab regulations in the city of Qom” and said ‘Guidance’ patrols have increased forty fold.
He also said 26 bodies inside the regime have responsibilities regarding the issue of “virtue and hijab”.
In the meantime, Ahmad Zargar, secretary of the “department on enjoying good and forbidding vice” reported in September of the presence of 14,000 individuals as council members and vice teams.
Mohammad Kazem Bahrami, head of the Armed Forces Judiciary Organization, said on 18 October that “enjoying good and forbidding vice” must be followed up at the “level of armed forces” in a “serious” manner.
(State-run Fars news agency– November 8, 2015)