MEK Iran: More Rallies and Protests in Various Cities Continue
Protests and rallies continue
Protests and rallies continue across the country more people from all walks of life are taking to the streets, demanding their rights from the mullahs’ regime that continues to push the nation into further poverty and misery.
Protest in Tehran
MEK supporters from the city of Tehran reported that on Saturday, April 17, the Graduate teachers in Tehran held a rally outside the regime’s administrative buildings protesting the downgrade of their benefits. The protesting teachers were chanting: “We won’t accept any cruelty and will have our rights fulfilled!” “Teachers, protest for your rights!”
Protest in Bandar Lengeh
MEK supporters from the city of Bandar Lengeh of southern Iran reported that on Saturday, April 17, a group of municipal workers in the city rallied, protesting and demanding their paychecks that have been delayed for six months now. These workers are having difficult living conditions and they barely even have food on the table for their families. Mullah’s regime officials continue to ignore the workers’ demands and their insurance premiums have not been provided for many months now.
Protest in Serish Abad
MEK supporters from the city of Serish Abad of western Iran reported that on Saturday, April 17, a group of municipal workers were also protesting in the city, protesting their several-month delayed paychecks. There are about 60 employees working for the Serish Abad municipality who have not been paid for at least five months now and their insurance premiums have not been provided for many months.
Protest in Zanjan
MEK supporters from the city of Zanjan reported that on Saturday, April 17, workers of the Jahan vegetable oil company in the city held a rally, protesting delayed paychecks from 2014 to 2018. These workers have yet to receive their Nowruz (Iranian calendar new year on March 21) bonuses. Despite all these difficulties, the employer has deducted about five to eight million rials (about $20 to $32) from each worker’s monthly salary.