2011 Iranian Revolutionary Guards announced that several individuals in the armed clashes between the army and a rebel group that killed one person and injured three others were members of Komala forces. The party responded by saying that "Iranian intelligence "to poison public opinion in line with preparing the groundwork for conspiracy against the regime's repressive security and the people of Kurdistan, as well as civil and political activists against the Kurdish Komala Party Iran pays publishing these lies. "
Kurdish Communist Party of Iran
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