[PROVISIONAL TRANSLATION FROM PERSIAN]

 

[Translator’s notes appear in square brackets]

[Personal information has been redacted.]

 

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Ministry of Post, Telegraph, and Telephone,

Telegram;

 

From Shahrekord to T [Tehran]; Receipt Number: 481; Telegram Number: 43, Number of Words: 92, Date of Original: 20 Aban [1329] [11 November 1950], Date of Receipt: 20 Aban [1329]

 

[Ministry of the] Interior

 

Following the telegram of 15 Aban 1329 [6 November, 1950] [it is hereby] conveyed that at 20:00 hours on 19 Aban, 1329 [10 November 1950] twenty-four residents of Boroujen were brought to Shahrekord by officers of 9th Army Legion of Isfahan.  As a result of this action, a large number of people from Boroujen came to Shahrekord and some of them took tahasson[1] in Boroujen.  Twenty-four (24) of them were arrested and delivered to the court and the majority were released on bail and returned to Boroujen.  Subsequent to recent efforts, they left their tahasson and the problems were resolved.  Obviously, the police and court officers are still investigating the matter.  3362[?]

 

Governor,

Kherad-Phisheh

 

[Hand- written note 1:] For follow up refer to the records

[Hand- written note 2:] No action is required [Signature] 21 Aban [12 November 1950]

[Stamp; Telegraph Office, Tehran, Sender’s Office]

[Stamp: Police Force - File]

 

 

[1] This was a form of protest, which means to take [refuge in a] sanctuary; it is also used to seek protection