Today, somebody posted on the nLab a link to Kirti Joshi's preprint on the arXiv from last month: https://arxiv.org/abs/2210.11635

In that preprint, Kirti Joshi claims that

he agrees with Scholze and Stix that Mochizuki's proof of ABC is incomplete,

Scholze and Stix's rigidity claim in Remark 9 of their paper "Why abc is still a conjecture" is wrong

"This paper provides the first proof of Mochizuki’s non-redundancy claim by establishing that the isomorphs are of distinct arithmetic-geometric provenance (and even continuous families of isomorphs exist) and therefore are non-redundant"

If these results are confirmed, what are the consequences of this preprint on the validity of IUT as a theory and Mochizuki's proof of the ABC conjecture?