Lahore: Lahore High Court has seek out more evidences on a petition requesting for permitting the students to sit in Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education exams (9th class exams) without their B-form issued from the National Database and Registration Authority (NADRA).

On Wednesday, judge of Lahore High Court Ayesha A Malik postponed the hearing on the petition after asking the petitioner’s counsel, Advocate Sheraz Zaka, for submitting more arguments on November 9th, 2016.

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Petitioner Tahir Khan had submitted the education board authorities should be inquired over the necessary requirement for a NADRA B-form, which had not been made compulsory by any law or notification.

He claimed that the requirement of  B-form was just a plot for asking money.

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“When the birth certificate of students already shows their origin as well as the nationality then why is there a B-form requirement imposed on students?” Advocate Sheraz argued.

The counsel of board sought time from the court to explain the policy on this issue.


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