IIUI spokesman rejects the news regarding rape of varsity female students


A spokesman of the International Islamic University (IIU) Nasir Farid on Thursday refuted the news item regarding the rape of university female students commenting that the news published in a section of press was baseless and a pack of lies.

In a clarification statement, he categorically rejecting the news item said that the university has already formed a harassment committee to deal with such issues but no intimation or complaint was filed to this committee and neither any such complaint was conveyed to the university security office.

Nasir Farid said that university deals with such happenings with an iron hand and the management has left no stone unturned to ensure protection of the students.

He added that IIUI remained deprived of the prerogative of its version on the fabricated story which was quite unfortunate as it should be a direct concern of impartial news-reporting to listen to the organization’s response.

The spokesman said inopportune news has been disseminated at the time when university has launched its admission campaign.

He said it is an effort to sabotage the university image. He hoped that media would play a role to foil defamation attempts against university.

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