NEWS DESK – Political activists and civilians in Rojhilat Kurdistan (East Kurdistan) declared a hunger strike for 3 days in support of the laborers’ rights working on the border and denouncing violations of the Iranian regime by the Mullahs.
The cities of Rojhilat Kurdistan witnessed protests 3 days ago, condemning the crimes of killing the laborers carrying goods across the border with the Kurdistan Region by the elements of the Iranian forces.
The protests of Kurdish citizens, which were launched from the city of Bana, against the violations of the Iranian regime began on Monday, and the protests on the second day evolved into clashes between protesters and members of the regime, who used live bullets and tear gas against demonstrators.
In this context, in solidarity with the laborers and denouncing Iranian policies, political activists and civilians announced on Wednesday, a hunger strike for 3 days in support of the rights of laborers carrying goods across the border.
The activists pointed out that the systematic policy of starvation practiced by the Iranian regime against the Kurdish citizens forced them to work in that area to earn a living.
The activists on hunger strike are: “Mohammed Siddiq Kabudund, Hassan Amini, Ismail Mufti Zadeh, Haji Idab, Hussam Aldeen Amin, Simeen Jaeji, Ajlal Qawami, Shilan Kilani, Mahmoud Mahmudi and Massoud Kordurbur”.