There's a curfew rule and shutdown internet following by increasing the protests in Kurdistan

 Kurdpa Agency: Following the intensification of protests in Kurdistan and the clashes with law enforcement forces, the Iranian military has been on alert and the internet has been completely shut down.

 Reports submitted to the Kurdpa Agency indicate that following massive protests in Kurdish cities, the Iranian government has declared a military rule in Kurdish cities.

 According to an informed source, anti-riot forces and special guards are deploying and controlling the movement of citizens across Kurdistan.

 The anti-riot forces prevent more than four people from gathering in Kurdish cities, the source said.

 This source added: After protests intensified on Saturday, November 16th, the internet in Kurdish cities was cut off and the Iranian government was trying to stop the protests by cutting off communications.

 On Saturday, November 16th, massive protests in the cities of Kermanshah, Sanandaj, Marivan and Javanrud in against the increased petroleum prices, and several protesters were killed and dozens were injured as a result of direct firing by government officials.

 So far, no accurate statistics on the number of civilians killed or injured are unavailable due to the lack of free media, repression and widespread suffocation in Kurdistan.

 According to news released on social media, one citizen, Kaveh Mohammadi, from Javanrud, and two other protesters, Mehrab Tak and Osman Naderi, from Marivan were died after government officials fired.

 A thirteen-year-old teenager, Hiva Naderi, was also seriously injured in a protest rally in Marivan as a result of direct firing by government troops.

 Government agents in the cities of Kermanshah, Sanandaj, Marivan and Javanrud used tear gases to disperse protesters and targeted civilians directly.

 After massive protests in Kurdish cities, intelligence agents launched a channel on the social network to identify and detain Kurdish citizens.