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Ministry of the Interior,

Political Office


Date:  8 Mordad 1325[30 July 1946]

Number:  5958/s/4958/m

Enclosure: It has [sic]



Honorable Ashraf[1], Prime Minister!


Further to the letter of 2827 -10 Tir [1]325 [1 July 1946] from the Police Force of Iran, with regard to the activities of several adventurous individuals who intended to attack the homes of the Baha’is, a confidential telegraph had also been received from the Office of the Governor General of the Ninth Province, and, [once that office was] informed of its content, the necessary orders were issued to the Office of the Governor General.


The Office of the Governor General has recently written a report about the restoration of order, a copy of which is attached for your information.


Minister of the Interior

[Signature: on behalf of Fereydouni].


[Side Note 1]:  1469 – 9 Mordad [13]25 [31 July 1946]

[Side Note 2]: to be filed


[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]