The forces of the border regiment in Sardasht region killed a Kolbar from Sardasht named Hossein Mohammadi with a war bullets
According to the Iranian Human Rights Society. Border Regiment forces ambushed the Kolbarans and opened fire on them, during which a Kolbar named Hossein Mohammadi was killed. This incident happened on the evening of Friday, February 10, 2023, in Nokan area of Sardasht. Hossein Mohammadi was 50 years old, married and the father of 2 children. He was a resident of Sardasht.
With the beginning of the 44th anniversary of the coming to power of the Islamic government, the attack on the Kolbaran and the harsh treatment of them has become more intense. Firing towards Kolbaran has increased significantly in most places in recent days.
Nearly 260 Kolbars killed and wounded last year
According to the statistics published in 2022, nearly 260 Kolbars killed and injured in the border zone of Kurdistan. According to these statistics, 189 Kolbars were killed or wounded by direct fire from the security forces.
Kolbari is a difficult and exhausting job, and deprived people of Kurdistan are forced to do this for their livelihood. But the police officers and the Revolutionary Guards are the main factors of looting and lack of job opportunities. They take the same low income from these Kolbaran and make their families homeless.
It is worth mentioning that the killing of Kolbaran is something that usually happens especially in the border towns. The government armed agents shoot or harass and beat the criminals under the guise of carrying contraband.
Kolbari means giving life for bread
Choosing the job of Kolbari is the only way to continue living below the poverty line. But the government officials, who looted the funds of these people in the last 40 years, have no ears to hear and no eyes to see the poverty of the people.
They only care about maintaining their sovereignty in any way. The people of Iran have shown in the recent protests that they use every opportunity to attack this government.
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