Did the municipality solve the problem of the Tehran earthquake?

It seems that the municipality of Tehran is pursuing maneuvers around the table and imagination! And about the faults of the earthquake in the city, according to my previous article, unfortunately, he came to the conclusion that instead of working towards strengthening and reducing the effects of the earthquake on the city, in terms of buildings, they are vital. Infrastructures and interfaces, as well as the necessary measures in the direction of global and specialized education, monitoring and research, reducing the population of Tehran and organizing an active and positive management system in the matter of managing earthquake crises like other successful earthquake-prone countries in the world, in line with the opposite of these matters, which means adding to a greater number of Shrines and building 400,000 to pay for a new house?

And this is the worst form of accepting defeat in the face of the earthquake crisis in Tehran, i.e. accepting the deadly and horrific conditions of a possible earthquake in Greater Tehran, especially after the practical and objective warning of the terrible earthquakes in Turkey, Pakistan and Afghanistan in the west and east of the country!

It is appropriate that the municipal authorities completely change the strategy for dealing with earthquakes (if they exist at all!) and the active managers in this area, a topic that I have emphasized many times over the past 30 years.

The mayor of Tehran announced an agreement to build 400,000 housing units in Tehran, most of which will be built in dilapidated buildings.

“Informers” are creating new cemeteries in the capital

Mayor of Tehran: Excavations took place in western and eastern Tehran on an area of ​​100 hectares, and we entered into purchase negotiations so that residents of western Tehran would not have to travel to the south of the city. Live news

Adding at least 2 million people to the city of Tehran, increasing population density, increasing traffic, more vulnerability in earthquakes, reducing services during earthquakes, etc. But more Aramestan!? The policy of dealing with the Tehran earthquake!

* Professor of State Model in Structural Engineering, Earthquake and Crisis Management

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