Reporting by PMOI/MEK
Iran, September 28, 2020—On Saturday, September 26, Iranian authorities ordered the residents of six border villages near the city of Sardasht, Kurdistan province, to relocate and forcibly evacuate their hometowns. These villages are Nokan, Harzaneh, Gaki, Bardan, Gooreh Shir and Tit Sofla.
According to the order, the residents of these villages must leave their residence, which is located in the red border area, immediately. The regime has offered no solution to the people who will now be homeless.
Security forces open fire on villagers in Kohgiluyeh & Boyer Ahmad province
State security forces attacked a group of citizens in the county of Likak, in Bahmaei district, southwest Iran, and open fire on them, according to reports obtained on Sunday, September 27.
The clash occurred when traffic police in Likak, Kohgiluyeh and Boyer-Ahmad province, wanted to fine a driver. Security forces assaulted the driver after he protested. People who witnessed the clash came to help the driver, but police opened fire and shot tear gas at them.
Security forces summon 15 students
Bu-Ali University, Hamedan
The security and regulations committee of Bu-Ali university in the city of Hamadan, western Iran, summoned 15 students, according to a September 26 report by the state-run Etemad website. According to state-run media, the students were summoned because they held rallies last year and chanted anti-regime slogans.
The news comes on the heels of increased repression against students and activists and the issuance of heavy sentences to intimidate potential protesters.