NCRI – The Iranian regime’s Majlis (Parliament) deputies have questioned the mullahs’ President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad about the cause of an explosion at Abadan’s refinery, which led to the deaths of several workers, during the opening of a gasoline refinery.

The state-run Fars news agency wrote that the Majlis deputies who issued the written warning were from Abadan, Ahvaz, Khorramshahr, Tehran and Oroumieh.

 

The gasoline refinery at Abadan was not yet ready, but Ahmadinejad insisted on bringing it into operation. As a result of the premature opening, an explosion took place that led to a number of deaths and injuries among the workers.

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