NCRI - According to the Ministry of Roads and Urban Development, 33% of Iran's population lives under the poverty line.
On July 12, 2017, Tasnim News affiliated with the terrorist Qods Force, reported from the website of Tehran Chamber of Commerce, writing that, "33% of Iran's population lives under poverty line."
The same report emphasizes that the middle-class families must save at least one-third of their monthly income for 96 years in order to buy a house.
The dream of buying a house in developed countries can come true with 14 years of savings from one-third of the income.
Tasnim also quotes from the Statistics Center of Iran that, "At least 0.4% of the Iranian population lives in camps and tents."
At the end, Tasnim News writes, "6 million people in Iran stand in such a financial situation that can own and buy a private villa."
On Thursday, July 6, 2017, The Chief Executive Officer of Khomeini's Command, Mohammad Mokhber admitted that the state of poverty is grinding in the country.12 million people are below the absolute poverty line and 25 to 30 million Iranians are below the relative poverty line.