Reported by PMOI / MEK
Iran, Dec. 11, 2018 - The Greater Tehran Bus Drivers Syndicate reported the Iranian regime’s intelligence and security agents arrested one of their members by the name of Reza Shahabi early Tuesday morning. Shahabi was originally detained along with a number of others and transferred to an unknown location.
“In recent days, workers of six different units have been protesting and demanding better facilitation of their homes. At least one protesting worker set himself ablaze outside a regime office building yesterday and there is no information about his conditions,” according to a Syndicate statement.
Following these arrests, the Greater Tehran Bus Drivers Syndicate issued a statement strongly condemning these measures and demanding their unconditional and immediate release.
The family and friends of these Syndicate members, along with their colleagues, rallied outside Tehran’s notorious Evin Prison, demanding the release of their loved ones.
Following this gathering, the mullahs’ regime was forced into released the arrested individuals at Tuesday afternoon local time. The Greater Tehran Bus Drivers Syndicate issued a report announcing the release of those arrested.
“Let us hope all teachers, workers, and students are released,” the statement read in part.
Prior to his, the Greater Tehran Bus Drivers Syndicate is now calling for all judicial dossiers launched for the representatives of Haft Tapeh Sugarcane Company in Shush, southwest Iran, to also be released.