The mullahs' regime bury them in distant places and does not hand over their bodies to their families or forensic medicine to hide their crimes
More than 250 dead and 3,500 injured as a result of the "gasoline revolution" until today .. And protesters: the mullahs regime is falling apart
The death toll of protests against the increase in gasoline prices in Iran rose to 250 by the security forces, amid the blackout by the regime of Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei and cut off Internet services and phones inside the country.
The Iranian resistance, represented by the People's Mujahedeen Organization (MKO), appealed to the UN Secretary General to convene an emergency meeting of the UN Security Council to discuss the suppression of protesters by the Iranian regime forces.
A statement issued by the National Council of Resistance of Iran led by Maryam Rajavi that the number of wounded gasoline protests amounted to at least 3,000 wounded.
The statement said that the number of detainees has reached more than a thousand since the beginning of the demonstrations that broke out last Friday.
Rajavi, according to the statement, called on UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres to convene an emergency international meeting to explain the situation regarding the crimes of the Khamenei regime in addition to the crimes of the Iranian Revolutionary Guards militia.
"Silence on crimes against humanity taking place every day in Iran is totally unacceptable," it said.
"The UN Security Council must hold the Iranian regime and its leaders responsible for crimes against humanity and bring them to justice."
The leader of the Iranian resistance condemned the targeting of protesters with live bullets in the heads and breasts, especially young people and adolescents, amid a steady rise in the death toll of demonstrations that entered the fifth day in protest against the increase in the price of gasoline by 300%.
The Iranian regime is trying to cover up the real number of victims with various tricks, while the security forces in many cases prevent the delivery of the bodies of the dead, either to their families or forensic medicine, where they are deliberately buried in unknown places.
In a related context, said the Iranian opposition journalist Shahid Alawi, citing a source (who did not want to be named) within the Iranian Interior Ministry, that the number of victims has already exceeded 200 people dead and reached nearly 3,000 injured since the outbreak of the demonstrations.
Alawi said in a tweet via the site "Twitter", that the officials of the different provinces of Iran (31 provinces in total) have figures on the death toll and injured during the protests, which are organized at least 50 large cities across the country.
Despite unofficial statistics, the Iranian regime remains silent about officially announcing the latest death toll from the protests.
Video footage posted on the Internet prior to the separation of service inside the country showed that members of the Iranian security forces opened fire directly at the protesters and aimed at them from inside security centers.
The southern province of Khuzestan witnessed bloody clashes last night after security forces opened fire on demonstrators who called for the overthrow of the religious system which has been in power for 40 years, while no confirmed death toll has been announced.