Kind regards from Pakistan?

Even if some remarkable people who crossed your life will inhabit your spirit for the rest of your existence, with the time going on, remembrances of places visited are inexorably fading. That’s the reason why I would like to present the unusual relation I got with Pakistan. Almost one year after I came back from a summer trip in this country, it unsuspectedly invaded my life for already 15 months. It is such an intense experience that it may replace all other impressions I kept from my wonderful and actual stay, there.

Ramla Akhtar, Rmala Aalam, Chapursan Valley, Hunza

Shangri La, the valley of Eden

Pictures of the Chapursan Valley
Stories of the Karakorams

Angels and Demon of the Black Mountain

Black Mountain giants of Hunza Valley
Ramla Akhtar, Rmala Aalam, Chapursan Valley, Hunza — Plagiarism
Ramla Akhtar, Rmala Aalam, Chapursan Valley, Hunza — Plagiarism
Chapursan Valley legends and religious traditions have been diverted for a personal questionable tale

The road to hell

On my travel blog, I made a public report about my findings. I was fearing the development of some religious, ethnic and xenophobic tensions, as it happened in Swat, a valley not so far from the Chapursan one. I sent my notes with a letter to the French embassy in Islamabad and to the Pakistani embassy in Paris. The situation could become a risk for foreign and especially French travelers if the female agitator and propagandist was successful.

Ramla Akhtar, Rmala Aalam, Chapursan Valley, Hunza — Hate speech
Ramla Akhtar, Rmala Aalam, Chapursan Valley, Hunza — Hate speech
Report of a French traveler about the Chapursan Valley, Pakistan
Ramla Akhtar, Rmala Aalam, Chapursan Valley, Hunza — Child abuse
Ramla Akhtar, Rmala Aalam, Chapursan Valley, Hunza — Child abuse
“Pakistani testimonies about child abuses in Hussainy” — PLEASE NOTE: the little girl presented here is not the biological daughter and victim of the child abuser and stalker. This is A PUBLIC PICTURE used against child abuse, including in Pakistan
Ramla Akhtar, Rmala Aalam, Chapursan Valley, Hunza — French white supremacists
Ramla Akhtar, Rmala Aalam, Chapursan Valley, Hunza — French white supremacists
A self-called anti white-supremacist, anti-colonialist and Metoo Pakistani activist unveils her mask in favor of French neo-fascist far-right.

There is not much we can do.

Having problems on Twitter was something very new for me. The case was quickly more complex than a classic bullying case. In France, lawyers say the stalker would live in our country, I could get a summary judgement with a fine and even a jail sentence in case of offender relapse. The tormentor would be in the US or in Europe, I could also reasonably get this nuisance stopped. The abuser being based in Pakistan, French justice can not do anything. On the indications of a Pakistani journalist, I sent a complaint to the Pakistani Federal Investigation Agency for Cyber-crimes. They anwered me that, while I was a French citizen, living in France, they will not do anything against the tormentor. The stalker enjoys an obvious judicial loophole.

Ramla Akhtar, Rmala Aalam, Chapursan Valley, Hunza — Complaint for cyber-crime
Ramla Akhtar, Rmala Aalam, Chapursan Valley, Hunza — Complaint for cyber-crime
Complaint to the Pakistani Federal Investigation Agency for Cyber-crimes

If you decide to write sincerely about a country like Pakistan but you are not ready to face this kind of situation, think twice.

The female stalker is not limited to Facebook and Twitter. We can read a comment “alert” on Alex Reynold’s travel blog “Lost on Purpose”, where the stalker still pretends being a tourist.

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Ramla Akhtar, Rmala Aalam, Chapursan Valley, Hunza — Best regards
Ramla Akhtar, Rmala Aalam, Chapursan Valley, Hunza — Best regards
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