A 13-years-old boy and a man were shot dead by the IRGC forces in the Qaleh Bid Base in Zahedan, as they participated in protests against the indiscriminate attack on the Baloch fuel porters by IRGC on Monday.
On 22 February, the IRGC forces in Sarawan opened indiscriminate fire at fuel porters who had gathered outside the IRGC base demanding the border be opened for trade, however, the forces responded violently, killing more than a dozen protesters while leaving many wounded.
Many angry locals took to the streets and protested against the forces involved in the attack.
Razi Hospital in Sarawan is facing severe blood shortages but the regime is preventing medical help. The authorities have cut off or disrupted Saravan’s internet in order to prevent the spread of the news of the uprising. It has also blocked all the roads to the city.
The regime has blamed the Monday shootings on Pakistan, reported IRAN HRM
Locals in several cities have continued to protest against the IRGC, however, no reports of the Government holding the perpetrators accountable have surfaced yet.