Iran General NewsIran police announce ban on wedding celebrations

Iran police announce ban on wedding celebrations

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Iran Focus: Tehran, Iran, Aug. 30 – Iran’s State Security Forces announced in a statement on Tuesday that street-celebrations during weddings were banned and that the police would crack down on any “Joy Caravans” (celebrations in cars). Iran Focus

Tehran, Iran, Aug. 30 – Iran’s State Security Forces announced in a statement on Tuesday that street-celebrations during weddings were banned and that the police would crack down on any “Joy Caravans” (celebrations in cars).

The SSF statement said that such celebrations in the streets caused public disorder.

“The State Security Forces would prevent any forms of actions or attempts under the pretext of joy caravans, which disrupt social order and the citizens’ peace, so as to protect the rights of citizens and create peace for individuals and society.

Last week, Tehran’s chief prosecutor Saeed Mortazavi announced that a new crackdown would commence to root out “troublemakers”.

The hard-line daily Kayhan quoted Mortazavi as saying, “There are various methods to ensure public security and peace. Combating troublemakers is an important such method”.

Authorities routinely refer to anti-government activists as trouble-makers.

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