According to a report from the Kurdistan Human Rights Association Unit, Bijar Province’s manufacturing units stated that the Bijar Industrial Estate contains 42 production units, currently 10 to 12 of which are active, with more than 70% of the manufacturing units in the industrial city closed.
Mohammad Reza Mayeli pointed out that more than 200 workers are working in the production units of the town, but unfortunately, some of the manufacturing units suffered from bankruptcy due to the need for 50 million tomans.
It should be noted that all of the eastern cities of Kurdistan have industrial towns that need support from the state to continue their activities, and then a major part of the people’s problems, such as unemployment, poverty, suicide and family conflicts, will decrease, and the living conditions of the people will improve. The authorities of the Islamic Republic do not want to resolve this crisis, which is planned by the government itself, and these problems are the ones who are the cause of the crisis.
Kurdistan Human Rights Association