Iranian Baluchi Citizens Wait in Long Queues for Ultrasound Scans

Iranian Baluchi citizens wait in long queues for ultrasound scans

by Atousa Pilger

On Wednesday, August 7, Baluch minority citizens in Saravan city, Sistan and Baluchestan province, had to spend the night in a long queue for making an ultrasound scan appointment so they could get a turn for the next day, because only 10 women and 10 men are given ultrasound appointments.

While the Iranian regime annually spends billions of dollars of the Iranian people's wealth to suppress the people inside Iran and export terrorism abroad, the Iranian people are deprived of minimal medical services.

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