Reported by PMOI/MEK
Iran- April 12, 2019 - Residents of the Sheelang-abad district in the city of Ahvaz, capital of Khuzestan Province, southwest Iran, took to the streets protesting the ruling regime’s inaction and refusal to provide any relief to the needy people in flood-hit areas.
More footage of people protesting in Ahvaz. These locals are especially angry at the Revolutionary Guards (IRGC) for protecting its own facilities at the price of placing residential areas in danger.
People in Sheelang-abad continued their rally even after sunset.
The people of the Eyn Do district, also in Ahvaz, rallied on this day, protesting the destructive policies adopted by the mullahs’ regime in Iran in regards to the recent floods engulfing the country.
According to reports posted on social media networks, angry locals in Ahvaz are protesting the regime’s refusal to provide any aid to flood-hit areas and the policies of the IRGC based on directing the flood direction away from oil facilities in the Hawizeh Marshes near the border of Iraq and towards residential areas.
The protesting people in Ahvaz have issued a warning to regime authorities, emphasizing if they refuse to open waterways to the Hawizeh Marshes, they will take measures into their hands and do so themselves. Footages of locals’ convoys heading from Ahvaz to the Hawizeh Marshes have been posted on social media.