Molavi Abdulhamid’s warning to the government: Listen to the people’s words before it’s too late

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Molavi Abdulhamid's warning to the government: Listen to the people's words before it's too late

Molavi Abdulhamid’s warning to the government: Listen to the people’s words before the opportunity is lost.

The Friday prayer leader of Zahedan, on April 6th, while opposing any insecurity and bloodshed, asked the government authorities to listen to the demands and opinions of the people.

In response to the attack on Thursday in Rasak and Chabahar, Molavi Abdulhamid said that he does not agree with any insecurity and bloodshed and advised the security authorities of the province and the country to be attentive and perceptive and to solve problems through dialogue.

In a several-hour clash between the security and military forces of the Islamic Republic and members of the Jaish al-Adl group in two cities in Sistan and Baluchestan province on Friday, at least 11 government forces and at least 18 members of this group were killed.

He added that even the strongest enemies’ words must be heard, and if anyone speaks the truth, they should be given their right.

Molavi Abdulhamid further stated that the most important demand of the Iranian people during the protests was for their voice to be heard by the government.


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