Kayhan newspaper blames reformists for forming queues to buy meat

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Kayhan newspaper blames reformists for forming queues to buy meat

Kayhan newspaper blames reformists for creating queues to buy meat

According to Kayhan, the incorrect order of the acting reformist head of the Ministry of Agriculture’s office regarding the distribution of red meat in Bahman and Aminabad squares in Tehran has led to long queues in recent days. Once again, the strange interest of the reformists in sending people to stand in line is evident. Meanwhile, red meat is also available in chain stores and is sold in trays, but there are no queues in these stores.

Kayhan writes that investigations indicate that the supply of meat in the form of carcasses and pieces in Bahman and Aminabad squares was carried out based on a letter from Shahrokh Ramazannejad, the acting head of the Ministry’s reformist office, to the head of the Tehran Province Agricultural Jihad Organization. The interventions of the acting ministerial office in areas where they lack the necessary expertise in recent months have led to the weakening of the Ministry of Agricultural Jihad and the government. Finally, after several days of exploitation by Iran’s enemies, the deputy minister of commerce of the Ministry of Agricultural Jihad announced that the incorrect distribution process of meat in Bahman and Aminabad squares has been stopped, and it was decided that this meat would be made available to citizens in pre-weighed trays with price labels.

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