Islamabad : An application filed at the Shahzad Town Police Station in Pakistan’s capital Islamabad has demanded registration of a case against an objectionable quiz of COMSATS University Islamabad. In his/her application, complainant Muhammad Altaf said that in the English exam paper, the lecturer asked an obscene question which is against Islamic teachings and social values. The complainant is a resident of Chak Shahzad area of Islamabad and is the president of Pakistan Ideology Party’s lawyers’ wing.According to the news of Express Tribune, he/she said that on Monday in his/her office he/she saw a viral post on social media about obscene exam papers. This post hurt his/her religious sentiments. The complainant said that a case should be registered against the university teacher and he/she should be punished severely. he/she has worked against Islamic teachings by adding immoral and obscene questions in the exam paper of the students.Pakistan Crisis Nuclear Bomb: Distribute nuclear bomb in the world… ‘Red cap’ giving dangerous recipe to waive debt to poor Pakistan The university kicked out the professorThe university said in a statement that the professor has been fired and blacklisted for the objectionable question. Pakistan’s Ministry of Science and Technology has also taken cognizance of the controversial question. The ministry has directed the university to probe the matter and punish the erring officials severely. Pakistan’s leaders, journalists and celebrities have opened a front against the professor for promoting obscenity in the society.What was the controversial question?The disputed question can be read in the exam paper going viral on social media. This question asks the test taker’s personal opinion on the ‘physical relationship between a brother and a sister’ in the context of a fictional event. A few days ago, the LUMS University of Lahore was also embroiled in controversies. The students of the university celebrated Bollywood Day in which they appeared in different characters from Hindi films. The conservatives lashed out at the students and the university for celebrating Bollywood Day. However, many celebrities also supported LUMS by replying to him/her.