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At , on 20 June Place: Kārgar Ave., at the corner crossing Khosravi St. A young woman who was standing aside with her father [sic, later identified as her music teacher] watching the protests was shot by a Basij member hiding on the rooftop of a civilian house. But the impact of the gunshot was so fierce that the bullet had blasted inside the victim's chest, and she died in less than two minutes.He had clear shot at the girl and could not miss her. The protests were going on about one kilometre away in the main street and some of the protesting crowd were running from tear gas used among them, towards Sālehi St.She was graduating from Islamic Āzād University, where she had studied Islamic theology as well as secular philosophies, but she withdrew after two semesters of study for two reasons, one being a disagreement with her husband Amir and his family, and the other being the atmosphere and the pressure of the authorities towards her appearance and dress in the university.It was in Turkey, more than two months prior to her death, that she met her fiancé, 37-year-old Caspian Makan, who worked as a photojournalist and filmmaker in Tehran, and after that she changed her mind about becoming a tour guide and decided to start photography with him.Her voice and music teacher, Hamid Panahi, who was accompanying Āghā-Soltān during the protest and can be seen on the video trying to comfort the dying woman, told the media: "She couldn't stand the injustice of it." Panahi went on to state: "All she wanted was the proper vote of the people to be counted." Her name is often miscited as "Neda Soltani".Nedā Soltāni is a different woman, whose Facebook profile photo was mistakenly published in many articles about the incident.The film is shot by my friend who was standing beside me.
A leaflet posted on the mosque's door read, "There is no commemoration here for Nedā Āghā-Soltān." Many in the crowd wore black. After about ten minutes, paramilitary forces arrived on motorcycles and dispersed the attendees.
Karroubi announced his appeal on Facebook, asking demonstrators to gather in the center of the Iranian capital at pm local time.
The chief of the Tehran Police announced that his department had no involvement in the fatal incident.
On 23 June, it was reported that, to prevent Āghā-Soltān's family's home from becoming a place of pilgrimage, government authorities told the family to remove the black mourning banners from outside the home.
Reuters reported that supporters of presidential candidate Mir-Hossein Mousavi stated they would release thousands of balloons on 26 June 2009 with the message "Nedā you will always remain in our hearts" imprinted on them.