Ramla Akhtar, a radicalized stalker from Karachi, pretends the French man Bernard Grua would blame a Pakistani lady and a Pakistani gentleman for misguiding him about her bullying case. None of this makes sense as we will expose.
Ramla Akhtar, aka Rmala Aalam, is a radicalized Sunni cyberstalker from Karachi living northern Pakistan. There, with her partner Olga Leonidovna Ozerova (Russian Extreme Travels), she promotes sectarian fanatism, racism, discrimination and violence against the ethnic and religious Wakhi minority. She also targets its foreign visitors via defamation, harassment and calumnious denunciations. This document presents the main milestones of the procedure handled from France by Bernard Grua, one of her victims.
Ramla Akhtar, aka Rmala alam, determined Johanna Rolland, the mayor of Nantes, France, and the president of Nantes Metropole, as her main calumnious denunciation addressee, for her rabid doxxing and harassment against Bernard Grua, a citizen of this city. Proper measures have been taken to inform the authority about the criminal web campaign launched by this Pakistani radicalized cyberstalker. The following document presents the information letter sent to the services of Nantes Municipality in November 2019.
During spring 2019, Ms Ramla Akhtar entered into a criminal use of Internet against a Pakistani minority and against foreigners. It became mandatory to debunk this flood of malice leading to potential violences. Before publishing such a report, a fair proposal was made to the stalker for terminating the case. Ramla Akhtar rejected the offer and, fooling her readers, uses partial captures, since more than one year, as an evidence of new and repeated threats. On January 2021, Ms Olga Leonidovna Ozerova, aka Olga Sim (Ольга Сим), from “Extreme Travels in Russia” (Экстремальные путешествия) explicitely joined this hatred campaign .
This document is the presentation of a complaint sent to Pakistani Federal Investigation Agency. It refers to Ms Ramla Akhtar, aka Rmala Aalam, criminal use of social media for stalking, defamation, calumnious denunciations, racism, hate speech, call for violences against a local minority and xenophobia.
Since December 2019, Ms. Ramla Akhtar, alias Rmala Aalam, shop manager of BetterBonds shop in Husseini, Gojal, Pakistan, is impersonating Bernard Grua for defamatory purposes. Here is a new request sent to Twitter for supsending this malevolent account.
Depuis décembre 2019, Mme Ramla Akhtar, alias Rmala Aalam, shop manager de la boutique BetterBonds à Husseini, Gojal, Pakistan, usurpe l’identité de Bernard Grua à des fins diffamatoires. Ici est présentée la nouvelle demande de suspension de compte adressée à Twitter.
On July 12, 2020, Ramla Akhtar, aka Rmala Aalam, twitted to the Punjab Police calumnious denunciations against a Lahore lady and a Gojal gentleman.She used the Twitter name: “Terror Attack from #BernardGrua Upon PK Family” and her regular fake anonymous ID, “@GruaAbuseArkive”. Documentation has been sent to the Punjab Police to counter such forgeries. The intention was also to provide Punjab Police with some background about what is going on in this remote part of the country and to offer some advices. The article is intended to keep track of the case for further sanctions.
The Twitter accounts @CopingWithCOVID (ID:#142457898) & @GruaAbuseArkive (ID: #3287184386) have been identified as violating Twitter rules for hate speech or impersonation according to reports received from this media moderation. One account has been suspended for an unusual long period according to Twitter standards. The purpose of this article is to keep and to present major data in order to document the activity of Ms Rmala Aalam, aka Ramla Akhtar, their owner, on Twitter as of May 29, 2020. The information was collected and organised by Bernard Grua who considers himself being stalked and defamed by the previously mentioned user.
In 2008, Ms Ramla Akhtar, aka Rmala Aalam, a young graduated female from South Pakistan introduced her expertise on a public presentation « Wake Up on Social Media». There, she explained her strategy, while proposing consulting services from her “NEXT>by Ramla” consulting firm. Twelve years after, Ms Ramla Akhtar had the opportunity to implement, for herself, her Social Media strategy in the context of a crisis she is facing with a mountain minority. It did not work. The congenital defects of her theoretical model were not amended. Meanwhile, no update was brought to an already aged strategy, despite the fast technology and practices evolution.