We’d like to share with you some heartbreaking and shocking headlines: a young Iranian girl died after 3 days in a coma after being detained by morality police enforcing Iran’s tight hijab restrictions, provoking protests from Iranians. The lady died on Friday, September 16, 2022. According to state media and her family, campaigners are calling for those guilty of her “strange” death to be brought to justice. This revelation has recently surfaced on the internet, and many are stunned. This story is now generating waves on the web. We have more latest news here that we will share with you in this post, so let’s get started.
Based on the article, Mahsa Amini was a 22-year-old woman visiting the Iranian capital with her family when she was detained on Tuesday. The police department is in charge of enforcing the Islamic republic’s strict dress code for women, which includes the mandatory wearing of a headscarf in public. “Unfortunately, she died, and her body was brought to the health examiner’s office,” Iranian state tv said. According to her relatives, the healthy young Amini was rushed to hospital in a coma some few hours after her arrest and passed now, according to Persian language media such as the Iran Wire website and the Shargh daily.
In accordance with the statement, there is presently no data as to what happened between her arrival at the police headquarters and her discharge from the hospital. According to the 1500tavsir channel, which tracks breaches in Iran, she was hit in the head. Pictures posted on social media showed a large crowd gathered outside of the hospital where she was being treated, as well as police attempting to separate the dozens who had gathered. Later that evening, people were seen violently chanting anti-regime slang around Tehran.
Amnesty said the case that led to the mysterious death in prison of 22-year-old Mahsa Amini, which includes claims of torture and another suffering in detention, should be investigated criminally. While enforcing the nation’s oppressive, cruel, and unequal farced veiling rules, Tehran’s so-called morality police unjustly fined her for 3 days before her death. We have given all of the data that we have, and if we receive any relevant info, we will include it in this piece. Stay tuned to Alltrendyposts for additional information.