Iran's Officials Enact Harsh Pressure on Women

 Friday, July 17, 2015 12:16:39 PM


Nowdays Iran's moral police execute unpleasant punishments on women caught clumsily veiled. Iran police chief: We'll collate with the unveiling of women in cars.

 

Hossein Ashtary, Iran's police chief, considered police plans to upgrade the country's morality a priority and said the police is responsible to prevent the occurrence of abnormalities in the country.

Mr. Ashtari said that the unveiling women in cars will be treated with.

Iran's police chief in a meeting of police chiefs in Tehran told that dealing with manifestations of corruption is the duty of the police and this force does not act outside the legal framework.

Hassan Rouhani, Iran's president has implicitly criticized such actions on several occasions. For example Mr. Rouhani said last August that with "van, minibus, police officers and soldiers´┐Ż, culture will not change. Mr. Rouhani yesterday said that "a commitment to chastity and the veil by force and coercion is not possible."

The police chief in his speech referred to the issue of women in stadiums, saying the presence of women arises so many issues and in case of any incident, the families complained that police did not intervene to protect their children and their honor.

The chief of police did not explain about the "incident and accident" in his speech.

Iran's government recently announced that the preconditions of women entrance to the stadiums has been provided, but with the intervention of the Shia Leader the problem is deterred from pursuing this issue.

 

By: Kaveh Taheri