Iran Economy,Iran human rights,Iran road accidents,Iran Terrorism,MEK,MOIS,National Council of Resistance of Iran (NCRI),PMOI
“Last year, 17,000 people were killed and nearly 360,000 were injured,” says Iran’s Traffic Police Chief
The mullahs’ regime in Iran has turned killing people into a hobby. From the coronavirus death rate, which has surpassed that of any other country in the world after two years, to the number of executions and arbitrary killings, which has increased daily since Ebrahim Raisi became the regime’s president last August, and finally, the death rate due to road accidents. According to the Iranian regime’s economic experts, damages caused by road accidents in the country are wasting about 8 percent of the country’s GDP. As per them, the regime’s government is allocating nine to eleven percent of its financial resources to deal with the consequences of road accidents.