Several hundred Iranians flocked to the streets in the Iran-occupied city of Ahwaz on Monday, protesting against the mullah's regime policies and dire economic conditions.
A video obtained by The Baghdad Post shows some of the workers are being detained for what the authorities described an 'illegal gathering'.
Workers continued to march with slogans such as "death to the worker, peace to the oppressor" and "When embezzlement is less, our problem will be solved."
The government claims that the workers were arrested for organizing the strike during working time.
The workers confirmed that they had not received their salaries for more than three months.
Iran has witnessed during the past few days a mass anti-government protests, especially by workers of the National Steel Manufacturing Company in the city of Ahwaz.
It is reported that the Iranian economy under the rule of the mullahs is suffering a complete stagnation.
IRGC and regime-backed businessmen dominate the economy.
Mullah's costly interference in Syria, Iraq and elsewhere in the region has led to widespread poverty, unemployment, and inflation.