Ramla Akhtar: letters sent to Pakistani embassy in Paris & to French embassy in Islamabad about her calumnious denunciations and her radical speech against foreign visitors.

Ramla Akhtar, aka Rmala Aalam: letters sent to Pakistani embassy in Paris and to French embassy in Islamabad about her calumnious denunciations and her radical speech against foreign visitors.
Ramla Akhtar, aka Rmala Aalam, a woman from Karachi, who lives now in Upper Hunza, Gojal, started, in May 2019, a hatred campaign against the Chapursan Valley ethnic and religious minority. She also launched public and racist attacks against their foreign guests. Here below are letters which have been sent to the Pakistani embassy in Paris and to the French embassy in Islamabad to warn them about potential violences and security issues which may arise from these fanatic incantations.

Letter to the Pakistani embassy in Paris, June 22, 2019

From : Bernard Grua To :ambassador@pakembparis.com,secretariate.pakistan@gmail.com
Cc :info@tourism.gov.pk, dd.tourism@visitgilgitbaltistan.gov.pk
Saturday. june 22, 2019, at 16:13

The Honorable Mr. Moin Ul Haque
Ambassador of the Islamic Republic of Pakistan
The Embassy of the Islamic Republic of Pakistan
18 Rue Lord Byron, 
75008 ParisFrance


RE : Security of foreign travelers in Chapursan Valley, Gojal, Gilgit-Batilstan, Pakistan

Dear Honorable Ambassador,

I am a French citizen living in Nantes, France. I have travelled independently in your beautiful country last summer under the visa N° VK177218. I visited Lahore, Islamabad and Hunza Valley, including Chapursan one. I enjoyed very much the pristine landscapes, the hospitality of the population and the culture of your country. I was recently alerted by a Chapursan inhabitant about some concerning information. I thought I should share with your services what I learned about it. 

Here below, you will find a link to my on-line report about domestic hate speeches against the peaceful Wakhi minority of Chapursan Valley and on its male foreign visitors. You will see my assessment about an alleged sexual conspiracy against local women and against international female visitors. You will have an overview of the methods that were used against any local or foreign ground testimony intended to counter such fanatic statements. You will observe the campaign that has been launched against the distribution of the present report. 

Report of a French traveler about a domestic hate speech against the Wakhi minority of Chapursan Valley and its male international guests – credibility assessment of an alleged sexual conspiracy against local women and foreign female visitors

I express my concern about the potential consequences these emerging radical and extremist speeches might have for the security of tourists coming from abroad and about the impact they will have on the international image of a Pakistani region considered as safe for travelers until today.

I copy this message to the tourism departments of the governments of Pakistan and Gilgit-Batilstan. I will also send it to the Embassy of the French Republic in Islamabad and copy it to French ministry of Foreign Affairs.

Yous faithfully
Bernard Grua
https://www.linkedin.com/in/bernardgrua/
38 Boulevard ******
44100 NantesFrance
+33 615 *** ***

Ramla Akhtar, aka Rmala Aalam, letter to Pakistan Embassy BetterBonds by Rmala, Next by Ramla

Letter to the French embassy in Islamabad, June 22, 2019

From : Bernard Grua
To :ambafrance.islamabad-amba@diplomatie.gouv.frsam.
le 22 juin 2019 à 17:16
Son Excellence, Monsieur Marc Baréty 
Ambassadeur de la République Française au du Pakistan
French Embassy
Diplomatic Enclave G5
GPO Box 1068, Islamabad
PAKISTAN 

Objet : sécurité des voyageurs étrangers dans la vallée de Chapursan, Gojal, Gilgit-Baltistan

Monsieur l’Ambassadeur,

Je suis un citoyen français vivant à Nantes. L’été dernier, j’ai voyagé en indépendant au Pakistan. Je suis allé principalement à Lahore, à Islamabad et dans la vallée de La Hunza, dont celle de Chapursan. J’ai apprécié la beauté des paysages, l’hospitalité de la population et la culture du pays. Toutefois, un habitant de la vallée de Chapursan m’a récemment fait part de certaines informations préoccupantes, qui étaient en train d’être partagées sur cet endroit isolé et montagneux. 

Vous trouverez, ci-dessous, un lien vers mon rapport en ligne sur des discours de haine contre la pacifique minorité wakhie de la Vallée de Chapursan ainsi que contre ses visiteurs étrangers masculins. Vous verrez mon évaluation sur un prétendu complot sexuel contre les femmes locales et contre les femmes étrangères. Vous aurez un aperçu des méthodes qui ont été utilisées contre tout témoignage terrain, qu’il soit local ou étranger, destiné à contrer de telles déclarations fanatiques. Vous observerez la campagne qui a été lancée contre la distribution du présent rapport.

Report of a French traveler about a domestic hate speech against the Wakhi minority of Chapursan Valley and its male international guests – credibility assessment of an alleged sexual conspiracy against local women and foreign female visitors

Je suis préoccupé par les conséquences potentielles de ces discours extrémistes radicaux sur la sécurité des touristes étrangers dans une région pakistanaise considérée, jusqu’à présent, comme sûre pour les voyageurs. J’ai envoyé un exemplaire de ce message à l’Ambassade du Pakistan à Paris en mettant en copie les départements du tourisme des gouvernements du Pakistan et du Gilgit-Baltistan. 

J’ai l’honneur, Monsieur l’Ambassadeur, de présenter à Votre Excellence l’expression de ma très haute considération. 

Bernard Grua
https://www.linkedin.com/in/bernardgrua/?locale=fr_FR
38 Boulevard ******
44 100 Nantes
France
+33 615 *** ***

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In September 2020, more than one year after these letters have been sent, Ms Ramla Akhtar campaign is still going on, reaching regularly malevolence higher steps. She mixes doxxing, impersonation, defamation, harassment, calumnious denunciations, racist outrages, blasphemy and call for violences.

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