The Director of Iqra University in Islamabad, Rizwan Bari, has been apprehended by the Federal Investigation Agency (FIA) on allegations of harassing female students, as reported on Monday.
The FIA sources confirmed that the accused was taken into custody in Islamabad. It has been revealed that he had created email and social media accounts using the identity of a female student.
Under the guise of this fake identity, the accused had distributed inappropriate content via various social media platforms to numerous individuals. This deceitful act raised serious concerns and prompted a swift response from the authorities.
A formal case has been lodged against the accused under the Prevention of Electronic Crimes Act (PECA), emphasizing the gravity of the offense.
The investigation into the matter is ongoing, as law enforcement officials work diligently to collect evidence and ensure justice is served. The incident has ignited conversations around the safety and security of students, particularly female students, in educational institutions.
The Iqra University administration is expected to address the issue promptly and take necessary measures to create a safer environment for its students. This incident serves as a reminder of the importance of safeguarding digital spaces against such malicious activities.