Inquiry Commission has rendered the IUB video Scandal “baseless”
Inquiry Commission has rendered the IUB

Inquiry Commission has rendered the IUB video Scandal “baseless”

As per different news channels, the inquiry commission probing the Islamia University of Bahawalpur (IUB) video scandal has declared the whole thing as “baseless”. Quoting different sources, the mainstream, news channels (ARY and Dunya News) have reported that as per the finding of the commission, there were no videos of any female student on the mobile of the chief security officer

Last night, famous investigative journalist Zahid Gishokeri, shared some exclusive facts on the whole IUB fiasco, According to him, “A prominent minister in the Punjab government has shared a report indicating that a police investigation has revealed connections between Irfan and Ehsan Jutt, the former Nazim of ATI (Anjuman Talaba e Islam, a students wing of Brelvi school of thought) IUB, who had a history of substance abuse. Jutt’s phone records showed links to Wali Dad Cheema, the son of Tariq Bashir Cheema. Jutt was apprehended by the police, and they seized 1660 grams of cannabis and 25 grams of methamphetamine in his possession.

It was uncovered that Jutt had secured a director position in Housing & Works through the recommendation of Tariq Bashir Cheema. To investigate further, the police employed Zainab as a honey trap. During the night of July 19th to 20th, 2023, Zainab invited Major Ijaz Shah to her residence in Bahawalpur, where he was subsequently arrested by the police. The police confiscated Major Shah’s phone and obtained chats with women, photographs, and inappropriate content related to women. Reports of the recovery of 5500 objectionable videos are unfounded”.

The journalist also said that he’ll be sharing the whole report soon.

Related: CM announces judicial commission to probe IUB video scandal 

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