Iran: Thousands demonstrate against government corruption and plundering (Video + Photos)

10/15/2017 10:07:21 PM

Demonstration by thousands of Iranians chanting we retaliate against those who are killing our brothers

Demonstration by thousands of Iranians chanting we retaliate against those who are killing our brothers

Demonstration and rally by thousands of investors who have lost their savings to the corrupt government officials in a plundering scheme.

 

 

Iran, Oct. 15, 2017 - Eye witness and informed sources in the Iranian capital city, Tehran said according to a planned and in advance organized protest rally, plundered and looted shareholders of different government affiliated financial institutions gathered on Sunday, October 15, 2017 in front of the Judiciary building on Keshavarz Blvd. in Tehran and walked toward the department of Justice.
The protesters chanted anti-government slogans including:
No nation has seen such a dishonest government
Saif [referring to the Central Bank President], shame on you, stop lying
We will not live under tyranny
Our country is a thieves' house, and it is the only example in the world
Justice, justice is our decisive right
And, the Police must catch the thief

In addition to Tehran plundered shareholders, those who have lost their savings to Caspian Financial institution also joined the sit-in protest rally which has been going on for nearly a month now. On Saturday, Oct. 14, a group of Caspian plundered shareholders arrived from the city of Kerman to show their solidarity with their sympathizers in Tehran. They joined the protest already formed in front of the Justice Department and were greeted by the other fellow protesters,

 

 


Plundered people from different cities went to Tehran

 

 

Plundered people from different cities went to Tehran

Plundered people from different cities went to Tehran

Plundered people from different cities went to Tehran

 

 Caspian Financial institution shareholders also joining the sit-in protest rally in Tehran in front of the Judiciary.