Mullah Abdul Hamid’s portrayal of solving people’s economic problems is discouraging

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Mullah Abdul Hamid's portrayal of solving people's economic problems is discouraging

Molavi Abdulhamid’s approach to solving the economic problems of the people is disappointing.

Molavi Abdulhamid Esmaeilzahi, the Sunni Friday prayer leader of Zahedan, once again asked the government to be humble in front of the nation and listen to the people.

In today’s Friday prayer sermons, Molavi Abdulhamid described the approach to solving the economic problems as hopeless and called for the resignation of officials.

He criticized attributing inefficiencies to the enemy and said that the economic problems have destroyed everything and continue to persist. There is no effective solution, and in such circumstances, the government should not be harsh on the people.

Mr. Abdulhamid mentioned the role of women and men in the eight-year war and their support for the regime in various periods, including elections, and said that the ruler and the government have everything because of the people, and it is the right of the people to be heard.

He further stated that no government, whether Muslim or non-Muslim, should kill people to survive.

The Sunni Friday prayer leader of Zahedan has been more outspoken in criticizing the Islamic Republic since the bloody Friday in Zahedan last year in Mehr month.


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