NCRI - Following the dust storm on Monday, June 2, in Tehran which in addition to material damages to the people resulted in death and injury to a number of residents, President-elect of the Iranian Resistance Mrs. Maryam Rajavi offered her condolences to the people of Tehran.

She added: “Such natural incidents are predictable and people could have been warned about them to lower the damages, but under the rule of the clerical regime where the life and property of people are worthless, even natural events will lead to catastrophe.”

While expressing her sympathy with the families who lost loved ones or suffered, considering the extent of the damages and destruction by this storm, Maryam Rajavi called on the people of Tehran to rush to the aid of those who have suffered damages and are in need of assistance, with every means possible.

Secretariat of the National Council of Resistance of Iran
June 3, 2014

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