About 1,000 protesters were detained in Iran against protesting gas prices, Mehr reported referring to security services.
According to the source, after the introduction of the gas price change scheme, about 100 banks and 57 stores were set on fire or looted during the protests in the last two days.
The number of rioters in Iran was 87,400, of which 82,200 were men and 5,200 women, most of them were only witnesses to current events."
The report said that those who were in the center of the riots were specially trained in order to create gaps by mistreating peaceful protests over the increase in gas prices."
The main damage inflicted on state and private property was inflicted in Khuzestan, Tehran, Farce, and Kerman.
Accurate data on those killed as a result of these events is not yet available.
Last Thursday, National Iranian Oil Refining and Distribution Company (NIORDC said that the price per liter of regular gasoline rose to 15,000 rials (12.7 US cents) from 10,000 rials, and a limit of 60 liters per month was set for each private car. Additional purchases will cost 30,000 riyals per liter.