Tehran, Nov. 27 -- The Iranian authorities have fired a bank manager inQomprovince, because of his service to a woman who did not wear the compulsory headscarf imposed in the country

This comes at a time when various regions of Iran are witnessing protests over the death of the 22-year-old Iranian woman, Mahsa Amini, following her arrest by the morality police.

The Iranian Mehr news agency quoted the deputy governor, Ahmad Hajizadeh, as saying, "The manager of a bank in Qom province, who provided banking services Thursday to an unveiled woman, was dismissed from his post by order of the governor."

Zadeh added that "the implementation of the law related to wearing the veil in government institutions is the responsibility of its director...