PJAK: Chain poisoning of schoolgirls in Iran is a planned and biological attack
Defining the serial poisoning in Iran as a biological attack, PJAK expressed their support for the protests against schoolgirls' mass poisoning incidents.
In a statement concerning the latest poisoning attacks in East Kurdistan and Iran, the Kurdistan Free Life Party (PJAK) announced its support for the protest actions.
The PJAK statement on Wednesday said that the poisoning attacks that have targeted schoolgirls since last December meant that the Iranian regime declared a war on society and women.
“The incidents experienced under the guise of poisoning are nothing but the Iranian regime’s effort to revenge itself on women and society. Through these attacks, the fascist regime wants to intimidate the whole society and suppress the’ Jin, Jiyan, Azadi’ (Woman, Life, Freedom) uprising,” PJAK said.
“The regime seeks to normalise the chain poisoning, which is a planned attack against women. Society and students’ families should not expect anything from the security institutions of the regime forces, since these institutions themselves are partners in these attacks. Under dictatorial and fascist regimes, society can only defend itself.”
Defining the serial poisoning as a biological attack, PJAK expressed their support for the protests against these attacks.