Iranian women drug addicts have increased to 750,000 in new statistics. The Commander of the State Security Force in Gachsaran confessed to the shocking and less-mentioned statistics of the status of Iranian women drug addicts.
Seyed Mohammad Mousavi, the SSF Commander of Gachsaran, in Kohgiluyeh and Boyer-Ahmad Province, admitted to the increasing prevalence of Iranian women drug addicts and said, “More than 55 percent of divorces are due to drug addiction, more than 25 percent of the killings are also due to drug addiction. We have to accept that there are more than 750 thousand Iranian women drug addicts in the country.”
He went on to reveal the shocking numbers of runaway girls in Iran and added, “Today, more than 58 percent of girls who have fled from home had drug addicted fathers, and more than 45 percent of women living in the streets and runaway girls were drawn to drugs as soon as they left home.”
He said Iran is the world’s largest transit route for narcotic drugs. He admitted that today the government is unable to tackle the growing drug addiction in particular among adolescents and women and cannot engage in the anti-narcotics campaign by itself.
Mohammad Mousavi added, “The largest number of drug addicts are between the ages of 15 and 20.”
“The age of drug addiction in Gachsaran has dropped to 12, and today the government cannot fight addiction to narcotic drugs on its own,” he said. (The state-run ILNA news agency, August 17, 2018)
According to previous figures reported by the Iranian regime, there are at least 4 million drug addicts in the entire country which puts the population of Iranian women drug addicts at about 19 percent, indicating a dramatic increase in the percentage of addicted women in Iran.