Here we are sharing a piece of sad and shocking news with you that a young Iranian lady has passed away after three days in a coma following her custody by morality police enforcing Iran’s strict hijab rules, sparking protests by Iranians. The lady passed away on Friday, 16 September 2022. State media and her family said with activists urging those responsible for her “suspicious” death to be brought to justice. Recently this news has come on the web and people are shocked. Currently, this news is making headlines on the internet. Here we have more information about the news and we will share it with you in this article, so let’s continue the article.

Who Was Mahsa Amini? Woman Dies Days After Arrest By 'Morality Police' Over Hijab In Iran

Who Was Masha Amini?

According to the report, Mahsa Amini was a 22 years old lady on a visit with her family to the Iranian capital when police arrested her on Tuesday. The police unit is responsible for implementing the Islamic republic’s stringent dress code for ladies, which includes the compulsory warning of the headscarf in public. “Sadly, she passed and her body was taken to the medical examiner’s office,” Iranian state television said. Persian language media, including the Iran Wire website and the Shargh newspaper, have quoted her family as saying that the previously healthy Amini was taken to hospital in a coma a few hours after her arrest and she died now.

According to the report, Currently, there is no information that what occurred between her reaching the police station and her departure from the hosptital. The 1500tavsir channel which monitors breaches in Iran said she suffered a blow to the head. Pictures uploaded on social media showed how much crowd assembled outside the hospital where she was treated and police seeking to disperse the dozens who had collected. Individuals were also shown angrily yelling anti-regime slang later in the evening in Tehran.

The case led to the suspicious death in custody of 22 years old young woman Mahsa Amini, which include allegations of torture and other ill-treatment in custody, should be criminally examined”, Amnesty International said.”The so-called morality police in Tehran arbitrarily charged her for three days before her death while enforcing the country’s abusive degrading and discriminatory farced veiling laws. Here we have shared all the information which we had and if we will get any information then we will share it with you in this article. Stay connected with social telecast for more updates.


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