More than 50 youths, including both men and women, were apprehended by the Iran regime’s oppressive state security forces according to the National Council Of Resistance of Iran. Iran regime’s terrorists Revolutionary Guards Quds Force captured these youths from the town of Damavand, east of Tehran.
The party was initially monitored by the security forces and, after carrying out the necessary investigations, obtained a warrant to crack down on the party and arrest the party attendees.
Vahedi added the legal files had been opened against the arrested party-goers and aver that “Families must show some more vigilance towards their children to ensure that they do not end up in such brazen circumstances.”
The toll of Iranian citizens attending mixed gender parties has augmented in the past few months. Even though mixed-gender crowds often time face accuses of intermingling with the opposite sex and immoral behaviors, which are loosely defined under the law.
The Islamic Penal Code of the country does not always ban such events, but as a matter of a fact, party-goers in most cases ingest black market alcoholic beverages and are frequently accused of various moral misconduct.
The prosecutor in the Damavand case has put forward the charge of finding 25 liters of alcoholic beverages, adding that these 50 people will be separately put under custody for further questioning.
Alcohol consumption is penalized mostly by fines, and consuming large quantities of it can even lead to being put behind bars.
Since the 1979 revolution, party-goers have been oppressed in Iran. But lately, there has been a serious concern over particular security attentiveness to parties that are organized online especially through the use of social media.
Gholamhossein Mohseni Ejei, the spokesperson for the federal judiciary, has connoted that there is some huge security concern about the clandestine parties which are being organized by youths.
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