According to the spokesperson for the Parliament’s Health Commission, 800 school students in Qom and 400 in Borujerd have been poisoned in a series of poisoning attacks on several schools.
According to HRANA, the news agency of Human Rights Activists, quoting Etemad News, about 1200 schoolgirls have been poisoned at school in recent weeks.
Similar suspicious poisoning incidents took place in schools in other cities such as Tehran, Ardabil and Kermanshah.
Zahra Sheikhi, the Parliament’s Health Commission spokesperson, stated, “by February 27, 799 cases of mild poisoning at schools have been reported. As reported during the meeting today, in Borujerd, about 400 school students have been poisoned mildly between February 21 and 29.”
“The investigations dismiss digestive poisoning, but they have been subjected to respiratory poisoning. There are some theories about that, but the findings are still inconclusive,” she added.
Earlier, a deputy of Iran’s ministry of health stated that with these attacks: “Some want all schools, especially girls’ schools, to be closed down.”
Also, Mohammad-Taghi Fazel Meybodi, a religious scholar and university professor, called these incidents intentional attacks organized by “religious groups.” Moreover, the prosecutor-General of Iran also called these incidents “intentional.”
In the last incident of serial poisoning of school students, 37 schoolgirls were poisoned and hospitalized with an unidentified toxic gas, in Pardis county, Tehran Province. In recent weeks, in a series of incidents, hundreds of schoolgirls have been hospitalized due to respiratory poisoning in several cities across Iran.
According to HRANA, the news agency of Human Rights Activists, quoting Tasnim, 37 schoolgirls were poisoned and hospitalized in a school in Pardis, Tehran Province.
The Governor of Pardis stated, “Right after reporting the poisoning, emergency forces reached the spot and transferred the poisoned school students to the hospital.”
“37 students were hospitalized, all of them have recovered from poisoning and are now in good health condition,” Reza Karimi Saleh added.
He also stated that the police’s preliminary investigation has detected some suspicious activities, which will be reported publicly after conclusive findings.
In recent weeks, similar suspicious poisoning incidents took place in several schools in cities like Qom and Borujerd.
A member of the Health and Medical Commission of Iran’s Parliament called these incidents “intentional.” Moreover, one of the deputies of Iran’s ministry of health stated that with these attacks, “some want all schools, especially girls’ schools, to be closed down.”
Also, Mohammad-Taghi Fazel Meybodi, a religious scholar and university professor, called these incidents intentional attacks organized by “religious groups.”
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