NCRI – Violent clashes erupted on Tuesday between Iranian people and the regime’s suppressive forces in Boldaji in the central Iranian province of Chaharmahal and Bakhtiari.

The clashes began on July 19 after the regime attempted to stifle a protest by locals against the re-distribution of the town’s water pipelines.

The regime’s state-run Fars news agency reported that protesters set the regime’s local court on fire.

Fars further claimed that at least one person was killed, 30 were injured and 15 were arrested during the clashes.

Footage sent by eye-witnesses at the site of the clashes shows the regime’s suppressive forces fleeing as the angry population attack them with wooden sticks and stones.

Watch the eye-witness footage below: 



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