Reported by PMOI/MEK
Iran, June 26, 2019 - A group of students in the School of Social Science at Tehran University gathered on Tuesday on the campus to protest repressive measures imposed by authorities against students.
The protesters were condemning the continuous arrest warrants issued by the judiciary against the students. They demanded answers from the university authorities as to why these arrests warrants are being issued constantly and threatened if those arrested students are not released, they will continue with their protests and strikes.
A large number of Tehran University students held a rally on Monday, May 13, protesting the regime’s oppressive policies under the pretext of the mullahs' imposed Islamic dress code regulations on campus. The university’s Regulations Committee is imposing repressive rules, according to the students.
“College students would rather die than live in shame!” the students were heard chanting.
One of the students was seen holding a sign reading, “Freedom of choice is our right.”
During the past few weeks, Tehran University students have witnessed a growing number of Revolutionary Guards (IRGC) Basij members deployed to the campus, accompanied by plainclothes intelligent agents. The mullahs’ regime is resorting to such measures to create a climate of fear in the campus and throughout Iranian society, as a means to confront the growing tensions across the country.