[Translator’s notes appear in square brackets]

[Personal information has been redacted.]



Ministry of the Interior

Political Division


[Date:] 15 Mordad 1325 [6 August 1946]

[Number:] 2/25660/6970




Honourable Ashraf[1], Prime Minister,


Referring to letter number 1365 of 7 Mordad 1325 [29 July 1946], and following up on letter number 4958/5958 of 8 Mordad 1325 [30 July 1946], regarding the actions of some troublemakers attacking the Baha’i houses, for your information, the copies of two coded telegrams received from the governor general of the Ninth [Province] are enclosed herewith for your attention. The Ministry of Justice Administration [was directed] to follow up on the matter, and it should issue necessary orders to the local departments of the Justice Administration.


Minister of the Interior

[Signature: On behalf, Fereidouni]


[Written Note 1:] Number 1548 of 16 Mordad 1325 [7 August 1946]

[Written Note 2:] Former, 19 Mordad [10 August 1946]

[Written Note 3:] The matter will be resolved by replacing the governor general. File it. [22 Mordad 1325] [13 August 1946]



[1] [Ashraf means “The Most Noble”, it is the title of Prime Minister Ahmad Ghavam; it was given to him by Iranian shah, Mohammad-Reza Pahlavi].