By Azita Carlson
Despite the regime's suppression on Sunday, October 14 students of Tehran’s Amir Kabir University held a demonstration in the Farabi campus against policies of the university’s administration and illegal costs imposed by university managers, reported the website of the People’s Mojahedin Organization of Iran (PMOI/MEK)
“Students! Support us” and “Shame on the university’s security,” chanted students.
Universities in Iran force students to pay high tuition while the regime wastes national wealth on terrorism and warmongering.
According to Iranian law, the government should support students and help pay for the costs of their studies, but in recent years, the regime has declined this support and forced students and their families to pay for their fees. In the current economic situation, this puts more pressure on students and their families to drop out of university.