A group of women plundered in Rasht, northern Iran, gathered outside one of the branches of the state-backed Caspian Credit Institute on Sunday, January 28, 2018, despite snow and cold.
They expressed their protest to the pilfering of their deposits by pelting rotten eggs and tomatoes at the institute’s entrance door.
Also in Kerman, southern Iran, people plundered by the Caspian Institute staged a picketline on Thursday, January 25, 2018, outside one of its branches and chanted slogans against directors of this state-backed institute. Women’s participation was active and prominent. The protesters demanded an end to the state-sponsored pilfering of their meager wealth.
Also on Thursday, plundered people in Tehran staged a protest outside Caspian’s branch in Shahrara. Women actively led the protesters and chanted, “Iranian banks are thieves, they steal your monty.”
These angry women and men pelted rotten eggs and tomatoes at the building’s entrance to express their outrage.