Iranian Revolutionary Guards spokesman Ramadan Sharif stressed that the situation in Tehran and other Iranian cities is under control.
"There is no need for the IRGC to intervene in the current events. The police and internal security forces are doing their duty well," Sharif said. "Some Iranian cities have requested the help of the Basij Popular Mobilization Forces."
"The number of participants in the protests in Tehran yesterday decreased significantly," said Brigadier General Ismael Kuthari, vice-commander of Iran's Revolutionary Guards, Tharullah.
Kothari noted that "the calm returned to the center of the capital in a short period," stressing that "will be prosecuted those who caused property losses during the protests," pointing out that "the role of the Revolutionary Guards in Tehran only to monitor the situation only."
Two Basij members were killed in Najafabad in Isfahan by "vandals," Iranian television reported. Earlier, a policeman was killed and three wounded when shots were fired in the same city, police said.
The news agency "Raja News" Iran announced the killing of five people in an attack by rioters on the mayor of the city, "Khedrijan" in Isfahan province, while killing two citizens in the city, "Khomeini Shahr" Isfahan in random shooting of the rioters.
State television reported 13 people killed as a result of riots in several cities since its inception, 11 of them died on Sunday.
In the city of Zanjan, thousands of Iranian citizens marched to protest against the rioters and tried them. Thousands of Iranians in the city of Ahvaz also supported the government and rejected foreign interference, riots and support for government.
For his part, Iranian President Hassan Rowhani said that officials and the Iranian people will respond to those who said he would transfer the problems to Iran. Finished