Government troops sprayed two Kurdish citizens' auto in Marivan and Sardasht

 Kurdpa Agency: Two Kurdish civilians from the cities of Marivan and Sardasht were directly targeted by government troops.

 On Saturday, November 9th,  a Kurdish tradesman's car with the name of "Afshar" from Dezli village, the government troops have fired on him on the road to Dereki village, Marivan, according to a report by the Kurdistan Press agency. 

 According to an informed source, government troops allegedly targeted the citizen's car for smuggling.

 The source added: More than twenty bullets hit the citizen's car during the shooting by government troops.

 The incident did not cause any casualties, the source said.

 In a similar vein, on Sunday, November 10th, Iranian government forces fired on the car of the Kurdish citizen, Sadegh Saeedi, from the village of Bijouh in Sardasht. 

 Kurdpa's correspondent reported in Sardasht: Government troops targeted the vehicle because of the lack of a license plate.

 According to eyewitnesses, government troops in these two incidents that took place in the cities of Marivan and Sardasht directly targeted the two Kurdish citizens without respecting the rules of the shooting.