An employee of the national broadcasting network committed suicide due to the bad behavior of a retirement expert

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An employee of the national broadcasting network committed suicide due to the bad behavior of a retirement expert

Due to the mistreatment of a retirement expert, an employee of the national broadcasting organization committed suicide.

Yesterday, Mr. Reza Jahani Khah, one of the employees of the national broadcasting organization who retired last year, visited the administrative complex of the organization for the umpteenth time to pursue his retirement benefits and obtain his pension documents for his daughter’s dowry.

Around 3 PM, one of the retirement experts mistreated him. The handling of the retirement department was in no way appropriate, and instead of calming him down, as he had been constantly visiting due to multiple issues, they treated him with aggression, humiliation, and insults.

As a result of the distress and emotional pain caused by the abusive treatment, he threw himself down from the B2 underground railing.

Last year, Mr. Seyed Abbas Mousavi, another retiree from the organization, committed suicide due to financial difficulties in his technical building.

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