Gasoline and bread price hike amid the coronavirus crisis is the flip side of the $30 billion the clerical regime has spent in Syria at the expense of the people of Iran
The Coronavirus death toll in 319 cities has exceeded 43,600.
The number of victims in Tehran has surpassed 7,090. According to physicians, more than 220 of those infected and hospitalized in Tehran’s Labbafinejad Hospital have lost their lives.
In his daily briefing, the Health Ministry spokesman once again said, “The situation in Khuzestan Province continues to be red.”
As the people of Iran are struggling with the corona virus crisis across the country, the head of the Department of Commerce, Industries and Mines in Mazandaran announced, “According to the recent ratification of the Staff in Charge of Adjusting the Market in Mazandaran Province, the price of various kinds of bread increased from 25 to 30 percent, and this increase will be enforced in the province on May 21.”
Increasing the price of gasoline and bread for workers amid the coronavirus crisis is the flip side of the 30 billion dollars the clerical regime has spent in Syria at the expense of the people of Iran to prop up the blood-thirsty dictator in Damascus, as revealed two days ago by the former head of the Foreign Policy and Security Committee of the mullahs’ parliament.