Iran: Agents cut off electricity for earthquake victims

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Iranian authorities are reportedly confiscating the trailers which were donated by people to the earthquake victims who lost their homes in Kermanshah Province.

On the order of the judiciary and the governor office the authorities also have cut off electricity for trailers of earthquake-stricken locals in Dalahu, a county in western Kermanshah.

A video posted on social media showed an agent from Power Department with covered face is cutting off electricity for the trailers.

Other social-media videos from another stricken region showed people whose trailers are confiscated, complaining such injustice.

First man: They (the authorities) took people’s home away, made them miserable.

Second man: These trailers are donated by people but they want to forcibly confiscate. We have paid for cranes, rented cars and paid taxes. These(trailers) were sent from Tehran.

First man: Who ordered? The governor of Dahlouh, the prefect of Dalahu and the Dalahu prosecutor ordered…. Come and look how miserable people are. Why do you judge without hearing the defendant? Why did you order them to destroy our home? Why did you ordered them to climb up our walls? Why did you order them to take our wives and children out of the containers? Why are you doing this?


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