The Institute of Business Administration (IBA) Karachi’s Disciplinary Committee (DC) has launched an investigation into what looks to be an on-campus party staged by LGBT activists.
The party’s recordings recently went viral on social media, bringing the wrath of IBA Karachi students, alumni, teachers, and administration, as well as members of civil society.
For weeks, a small group of students who openly identify as LGBT activists allegedly promoted the party right under the management’s nose. Despite the presence of IBA’s campus security, the actual party was hosted at the main block.
In the films, students wearing obscene outfits can be seen dancing and doing drugs. They may also be seen yelling pro-LGBT ideology slogans.
Following the event, students and alumni alike denounced the party and wrote a number of emails to IBA’s management, requesting that the problem be investigated as soon as possible.
According to one email, the party is violating the country’s laws as well as society’s cultural and religious norms. Drug usage is prohibited on campus at even international universities.
Another email stated that vulgarity should be condemned at all levels at IBA Karachi. IBA is a learning environment, and students are not permitted to promote sexually inappropriate behavior.