Leaked audio clips: IU VC’s personal secretary relieved
Mutasim Billah, IU Correspondent: Ayub Ali, a personal secretary of Islamic University vice-chancellors has been relieved from his post amid uproar over the leak of several audio clips of conversations purportedly between the VC and a job seeker. IU acting registrar HM Ali Hasan confirmed the matter on Thursday. ‘Vice-chancellor Professor Sheikh Abdus Salam called me on Wednesday night but I couldn’t go to his residence due to illness. Now I have prepared a letter in this regard in the morning but the VC did not clear the reason behind it,’ Ali Hasan said. Earlier, on February 19 and February 22, the authorities of Islamic University postponed the recruitment process of its total 5 departments following the leak of some audio clips. A total of five audio clips, three between Oliur, a jobseeker at the mass communication and journalism department and the, VC and two others with an official of a ministry went viral on Facebook. In the audio clips, the VC purportedly asked Oliur to collect two other candidates to fulfill the requirement for the department’s recruitment board.