the workers who had been injured in terrorist operations of MKO in 2000 are still suffering from their wounds.
According to the correspondent of ILNA, terrorist operations of Mujahideen-e Khalq in 1999 which led to the killing of a printer and injury of 8 other workers, have had irrecoverable consequences for these workers.
One of them says: I was returning home when I was wounded by the shrapnel of a mortar and there are still shrapnel in my body.
He adds: "there are shrapnel near my waist, close to sciatic nerve, and unfortunately doctors can't take them out. They say surgery will hurt me."
This worker continues: "I can't bear the pain of the shrapnel and there's no way to escape from this pain."
Another worker says: "physical pains are bearable, but since a mortar was exploded near me, it had bad psychological effects on me so that whenever I hear a loud voice I remember the moment of explosion and I loose my conscious."
One another victim says: there have remained some shrapnel in my body and the one in my hand hurts me so much.
Another worker who has been injured, along with his wife, says: "we have lost the calm situation of the family. We respond harshly to the loud voices so that other members of the family say that explosion has affected us."
A woman, injured in terrorist operation of MKO, says: shrapnel in my body hurts me. I wish it hadn't happened because I think becoming a normal person again is a dream for me.
It's been said that the wife of the killed worker doesn't make contact with others and has been isolated.
These are the victims of MKO's terrorist operation in February of 2000 in Tehran.
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