[PROVISIONAL TRANSLATION FROM PERSIAN]

 

[Translator’s notes appear in square brackets]

[Personal information has been redacted.]

 

The Primary Office of Human Resources Restructuring Ministry of Oil

[Emblem]

Islamic Republic of Iran

Ministry of Oil

In the Name of God

[Stamp] Confidential

Date: 1 Tir 1361 [22 June 1982]

Number: 1024

Enclosure -----

 

When you are to make a verdict, arbitrate with justice

 

The Judgments

Details of the offender:

Name: Irandokht Akhtar-Yazdi; daughter of Mohammad; birth certificate number: [redacted]; issued in Mashhad; born in [redacted]; date of birth: [redacted]; employee number [redacted]; department: Bahar Distribution (retired)

Allegations:

1- Membership in the perverse Baha’i sect

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Verdict:

As per the information relating to the membership of Mrs. Irandokht Akhtar-Yazdi in the perverse Baha’i sect, subsequent to her written admission regarding her membership in the said sect after being summoned by the Primary Office, she was permanently terminated from employment within government and affiliated organizations.  The Primary Office sentenced her in accordance with Clause 8 of Section 29 of the Restructuring Act, approved on 5 Mehr 1360 [27 September 1981] and the contents of telegram number HAN-100300, dated 26 Ordibehesht 1361 [16 May 1982].

This verdict is enforceable as of 19 Mehr 1360 [11 October 1981]

[Signature over official stamp]

[Illegible]

Ministry of Oil

Preliminary Commission for the Restructuring of Human Resources

[Official stamp]

Director of Administrative Affairs

Date 2 Tir 1361

Number 1634

First copy: Administration Department of the Iranian National Oil Company

Second copy: Mrs. Irandokht Akhtar-Yazdi

Third copy: Archives

Fourth copy: Office of Minister of Oil, together with a summary of the file

Fifth copy: The Supreme Supervisory Committee, together with a summary of the file

Notification to record in the file and settle the account by the Administration Office

The said verdict is appealable within 15 days of citation.