According to local law enforcement officers, the principal of a private school in the Gulshan-i-Hadeed neighborhood of Karachi has been detained by the authorities after disturbing rape and extortion allegations surfaced.
While repairing a CCTV camera at the principal’s school, a technician who was working on this upsetting incident found these videos. Following that, about 20–25 videos that exposed the worrying circumstances were posted on social media.
allegations of rape and extortion against the principal of a school in Karachi
According to the investigating officer (IO), a school principal was detained on Tuesday on suspicion of rape and blackmail, and over 45 women have now become embroiled in the distressing case involving him.
In Karachi’s Gulshan-e-Hadeed neighborhood, the accused principal was employed by a private school. He’s accused of extorting money from numerous women and sexually assaulting them. According to reports, he used CCTV footage to control and terrorize his victims, and the police found 25 such videos on his phone.
An explicit video featuring the principal and a female teacher was posted online, which attracted attention to this unsettling scandal.
In response, the principal’s office has been sealed, and forensic investigations are being planned by the authorities. Irfan Ghafoor Memon, the alleged offender, has been remanded in custody for a week.
Memon disclosed that he had rented the school in December for Rs100,000 per month. There were approximately 10 female teachers, five male teachers, and about 250 students total.
In response to the state’s complaint, the police have opened an investigation at the Steel Town police station. The principal is accused of manipulating teachers with the false promise of employment, according to the allegations in the FIR, which also includes threats and blackmail.
Following the video leak, a divorce… The scandal at the Karachi School lingers.
The police are looking closely at other suspects who may have CCTV footage and videos, and they expect to apprehend two more suspects soon.
The district administration will also conduct an investigation and work with the education department, according to Assistant Commissioner Nazir Abro, to ensure that the students can continue their studies without interruption.