Hijab Protest: Women's Revolution will Bring Color in Iran, 40 Years Old Law to be Changed
Hijab Protest: The women's revolution will bring color in Iran. When they took to the streets against the hijab, they got public support. Eventually, the Iranian government had to listen to them.
The government succumbed to their agitation against the Hijab row in Iran. The law made forty years ago regarding the compulsory hijab is being reviewed.
According to the media report, the Attorney General of Iran has been informed about this. The decision will be known within fifteen days. The wearing of the hijab has been compulsory in Iran since 1983. This step was taken after the Islamic Revolution in Iran.
Protests have been happening in Iran for the last two months
Protests and agitations have been going on in Iran for the last two months. Hundreds of people have lost their lives in this. People are on the streets. Security forces are adopting all means to calm the movement.
After the murder of Mehsa Amini, the anti-hijab movement in Iran intensified. Girls all around were opposing it. The turbans of Maulanas were also being tossed.
The Iranian government has left no stone unturned to enforce the hijab law forcefully. But now the government seems to be bowing down. The government is now ready to consider the Hijab law.
Protest started after the death of girl
Let us tell you that after the death of 22-year-old Mahsa Amini, demonstrations started across Iran. It was alleged that Mahsa Amini was not wearing the hijab properly and because of this she was detained by the moral police and she died in police custody. Mahsa's family had alleged that torture in police custody had led to Mahsa's death.
Iran's famous chef was beaten to death
The Revolutionary Guard Force was accused of the murder of celebrity chef Mehershad Shahidi. She was arrested for participating in a protest against the hijab. After which he was beaten to death.
Shahidi was killed a day before his 20th birthday. According to media reports, Shahidi was caught by the Revolutionary Guard Force for participating in a demonstration, after which he was lathi-charged. He got hurt on his head and this became the cause of his death.
At the same time, the family says that pressure was made on them to say that their son died of a heart attack. In an interview on Iranian TV, the family of Mehershad said, “Our son lost his life due to a head injury. But we were pressurized that he died of a heart attack. Shahidi was a very famous chef in Iran. He was called the Jamie Oliver of Iran."