Teachers and families of students held protests against deliberate poisoning
At least 41 more girls were poisoned in Zahedan due to inhaling toxic gases
Various capitals across Iran saw protests on Tuesday, March 7, 2023, against deliberate poisoning of students. Teachers and families of students called on the clerical regime to account and provide the security of schools.
The protesters chanted, “Condemn the chemical attacks,” “death to the child-killing regime,” “Security of schools is our inalienable right,” etc.
In continuation of the poisoning of students, another 41 girl students in Zahedan were poisoned on Tuesday, March 7, due to inhaling toxic gases.
In Tehran, teachers and families of students held a protest gathering outside the Department of Education in the capital’s 5th district, and chanted against poisoning of girls.
In the protest gathering of teachers and families of students in Rasht, the capital of Gilan Province, the State Security Force and plainclothes agents lobbed tear gas at the protesters.
In Mashhad, the capital of Khorasan Razavi Province, teachers and families of students gathered outside the General Department of Education of Khorasan to protest the chemical attacks on students. The gathering was also raided by security forces and plainclothes agents.
In Shiraz, the capital of Fars Province, teachers and families of students gathered outside the General Department of Education and condemned the chemical attacks on students and their widespread poisoning.
In Sanandaj, the capital of Kurdistan Province, protesters gathered outside the Department of Education and chanted against the regime’s chemical attacks on schools and universities.
In Ardabil, teachers and residents of the city gathered outside the Department of Education and protested the chemical attacks on schools.
Teachers and the staff of the Education Ministry held gatherings in Isfahan and Sari, outside their departments of education, and protested widespread poisoning of students and chemical attacks on the schools.
In the protest gathering in Noorabad-Mamasani, in Fars Province, a teacher said, If a young man writes a slogan on the wall, they pursue him with drones and act with full force to identify him. Then they immediately arrest, torture, and execute him. In this case, however, despite passage of three months since the poisoning of students started, government officials do not intend to answer people.