Iranian regime deploys gangs to Kurdish cities
The Iranian regime has recently been trying to suppress the popular protests of the people by deploying groups of gangs in many cities of Eastern Kurdistan.
In Iran and Rojhilat (Eastern Kurdistan), while the people have begun to protest against the repressive policies of poverty and regime, the actions that spread throughout the country continue At the same time the regime is deploying gangs that people call “Jash” and “Henchmen” in Kurdish cities.
The gangs are positioned in the neighborhoods and streets in the Rojhilat towns of Mariwan and Sine.
These gangs, whom the Iranian regime defines as secret forces, have reportedly been deployed in cities after the regime's panic and fear amid popular protests.