During an anti-hijab rally in Iran, three people were killed.
During demonstrations against the killing of 22-year-old Mahsa Amini, three people were killed on Tuesday in Iran. Police detained him.
Iran's governor, Esmail Zarei Kousha, told Al Jazeera, three individuals were killed "suspiciously" in recent days as part of "illegal protests."
“Investigations demonstrate that these persons were shot and killed by people who were hostile to the establishment and who carried firearms that are not employed by any tiers of security or law enforcement in the province,” said governor Kousha of northwestern Kurdistan.
One person died in Divandareh, another near a hospital in Saqqez, and a third "suspicious" death is being investigated.
According to him, "anti-revolutionary" organizations may use Mahsa Amini's name for their own purposes.
Mahsa Amini, 22, was with her family in Tehran when she was detained. She had a cardiac decompensation and was transported to the hospital by emergency services.
According to Al Jazeera, Amini was sadly killed and her body was sent to the medical examiner's office.
Protests have erupted following Amini's assassination.
Women burned hijabs and cut their hair in protest of Amini's death in Saqqez, where she was buried.
President Ebrahim Raisi of Iran, who promised Amini's father an investigation earlier this week, departed Tehran on Monday for the UN General Assembly.
The assassination of Amini comes amid growing worries over the Gasht-e Ershad (Guidance Patrol) and the obligatory clothing code that requires women to cover their hair and neck with a headscarf, according to Al Jazeera.
Women have resisted wearing head scarves, especially in large cities, to display their hair.