KARACHI: Social media customers have been left alarmed after a surprising incident involving the brazen harassment and intimidation of scholars throughout the premises of the University of Karachi surfaced on-line.
The case surfaced final night time when a male pupil, who had been accompanying two feminine pals in a automobile, shared the ordeal on social media.
According to the coed’s assertion, the 2 have been travelling throughout the Karachi University premises after dropping one of many feminine college students on the IBA hostel after they have been surrounded by round 10 younger males driving on 4 bikes.
The harassers reportedly adopted the automobile, stored hooting on the girl and at one level compelled the automobile to cease earlier than the driving force of the car was in a position to break away and attain a safety test publish.
The narrator of the incident mentioned the 2 college students had felt extraordinarily unsafe, describing the ordeal as “another possible Motorway incident” in his publish.
The alleged harassers have been aged from 15 to 25 years, in keeping with the assertion offered by the coed.
Taking discover of the incident and regretting that it came about contained in the college’s premises, safety advisor of Karachi University Dr Moeez Khan mentioned the alleged harassers concerned within the incident had been recognized final night time.
He mentioned the victims should establish the harassers in a parade in order that the college can take the case additional.
He mentioned motion might be taken “in accordance with the law”.
“The identified suspects are minors and children of university staff,” he revealed.
Following the incident, #KarachiUniversityIsNotSafe grew to become a prime development on Twitter, with customers demanding immediate motion from the administration.
“We want KU to take immediate, strict action against the recent incident. It could’ve been worse. It could’ve have been really bad, God forbid. Don’t let it slide easily. We need to get the hashtag to trending for officials to take this seriously,” a social media person wrote on Twitter.