Reported by PMOI/MEK
Iran, June 4, 2018 - Despite reports and claims promoted by the Iranian regime and state media, protests are spreading throughout the country with people from all walks of life voicing increasing demands and going on strike in their efforts to have their demands realized.
A group of medical exam students rallied for the second consecutive day in the cities of Tehran, Rasht, Mashhad, Shiraz and Isfahan. These gatherings were held outside each city’s Medical Sciences Department building with the students protesting, “We are being crushed under rationing.”
Employees of the Varena Milk Factory in Varamin, southeast of Tehran, the capital of Iran, held a protest rally on Sunday.
Employees of a petrochemical company, along with their family members, rallied in Mahshahr, southwest Iran.
For the second consecutive day employees of the Ahvaz National Drilling Company held a protest rally outside the governor’s office.
Employees of the Bandar Abbas Shipping Yard went on strike today, protesting not receiving their paychecks for the past few months.
In other news, concerning reports from various cities of Isfahan Province indicate running water is constantly cut-off and authorities are literally rationing the scarce sources. Locals are expressing deep concerns in this regard.