The Iranian government is facing allegations of another attack on a young woman for breaking the country’s strict dress code. Sixteen-year-old Armita Geravand was dragged off a train in Tehran by two female guards who enforce the mandatory wearing of the Islamic hijab. Official accounts claim Geravand collapsed due to a medical episode, but unofficial reports suggest she was hit by the guards. The incident follows the death of Mahsa Amini in police custody last year, which sparked widespread protests. Iranian authorities are trying to suppress information about Geravand’s case, with journalists being arrested and the hospital where she is being treated heavily guarded.