In a disturbing incident, an obscene video played during the online international seminar on dengue prevention organized by the Institute of Public Health (IPH) Lahore, left participants and organizers shocked and appalled.
Amidst numerous attendees, including a significant number of women, an unidentified individual took advantage of the event’s technology and played a pornographic clip on the main projector screen.
The incident occurred suddenly, catching everyone off guard. The explicit content continued to play for approximately one minute, causing immense discomfort and chaos among the administration and participants. The incident is making rounds on social media.
Shockingly, some individuals resorted to recording the disgraceful scene on their mobile phones, subsequently sharing the clips on social media platforms, which triggered an immediate outcry. Consequently, the IPH officials swiftly launched an investigation in response to the public backlash.
The seminar featured esteemed personalities such as Punjab Health Minister Javed Akram, the IPH Dean, and other officials, including speakers from various countries. According to the preliminary reports, an unknown user infiltrated the system and manipulated it to display pornographic material. The organizers promptly intervened to halt the inappropriate content by blocking the responsible user.
The incident left the organizers of the seminar embarrassed. Naturally, the incident generated significant outrage, compelling IPH officials to report the matter to the Federal Investigation Agency’s (FIA) cyber wing. A formal complaint has been registered, and the FIA is actively pursuing the case to identify and apprehend the individual behind this reprehensible act.
The IPH administration, deeply disturbed by the incident, is committed to ensuring that the responsible party faces appropriate consequences for their actions. In addition, they are taking stringent measures to bolster security and prevent the recurrence of such incidents in future events, prioritizing the safety and well-being of all participants.