Alviri: Wives of Generals Soleimani and Jafari involved in financial corruption


According to Morteza Alviri, member of Tehran city council, wives of General Qasem Soleimani, the head of IRGC's Quds Force, and General Ali Jafari, the former commander in chief of IRGC, are involved in 12 cases of financial corruption.

The question was asked during an interview about the involvement of the wives of the two generals in financial corruption:

"What role did the wives of General Qasem Soleimani and General Jafari play in transferring the ownership of those companies."

To which Alviri replied: "Twelve complete and clear cases of serious violations were delivered to the judiciary to act. This is one of our complaints, that I recently talked about, that why is it that when a few eight-year-old girls perform at a women-only event in Milad Tower, they wake up Mr. Najafi at midnight to take action against it, but for 12 obvious financial violations the prosecutor’s office does not even ask for an explanation. We do have this complaint."

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