Iran, the homeless man living in the outskirts of the president shocked

Iran tomb hobo great

cankaotupian· 2016-12-31 09:54:20

" according to the British "Daily Mail" reported on December 29th, recently Iran network class came a series of shocked and saddened photos, photos of homeless people sleeping in the outskirts of the capital Tehran vault in Iran caused by the president. (from reference image)

" these photos taken by a photographer Saeed Gholamhoseini, and the area of the cemetery now there were about 50 homeless living, including adults and children, most of these people are. Because the local temperature is low, the friends of the street in the tomb of a fire heating, sleeping in a narrow space, but also the people gathered together to make a fire, the photos came out after the attention of all walks of life.

" a famous director was shocked to see photos, write to the president of Iran Hassan · Rouhani, officials hope to see people's living situation.

Hassan · Rouhani said after seeing the photograph was shocked, and personally wrote, "we heard some poor and homeless people living in a cardboard box or under the bridge, but never heard of sleeping in the grave", and said the government cannot accept the tramp in such environment.

is reported that there are 50 homeless people living in the grave.

figure for a homeless woman.

people can only use some cover to wind and rain.

figure for living in the grave of the tramp.

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