IHC reserves verdict on plea for cancellation exams: ISLAMABAD: The Islamabad High Court (IHC) on Friday booked a decision on a writ application seeking termination of in-person An and also O level examinations.
Chief Justice Athar Minallah booked the judgment after hearing disagreements of the petitioners’ attorney. It is likely to be pronounced later on today.
” We can not issue any kind of directions,” the court observed, meaning referring the issue to the National Command and also Procedure Centre (NCOC) to make a decision in this regard.
Justice Minallah stated courts can not interfere in plan issues.
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“We can not conflict in the NCOC’s plan choices on the coronavirus,” he observed, noting the Federal government of Pakistan couldn’t issue any kind of instructions to Cambridge as the last only helps with the exams in the nation.
” Do you desire the court to limit the federal government from taking tests?” the chief justice asked the petitioners’ guidance.
” There is no such a thing in his application that is not the policy of Cambridge,” the lawyer contended. “My petition is not versus Cambridge that provided two alternatives.
Saudi Arabia, Thailand and India went with physical exams.”
The court observed that only 9 students have submitted the application. The nine petitioners can not be the agent of countless various other trainees who may intend to rest the physical examinations, Justice Minallah said.
It is notable that the Sindh High Court (SHC) is likewise hearing a comparable petition.