LAHORE: A five-year audit of all private regulation universities has been ordered by Lahore High Court (LHC) Principal Justice (CJ) Muhammad Qasim Khan, on Wednesday, after it was figured out that law colleges were providing LLB admissions to trainees who had actually stopped working to finish their BA levels.
While the court was in session, Petitions were listened to by the principal justice pertaining to the authenticity of levels of numerous present and also previous reps of the Bar Organization.
The legal advisor to the Punjab College, Advocate Malik Muhammad Awais Khan informed the court that the degrees of Supporter Ali Ahsan Rana (who was also the ex-president of the Tax Bar Organization), as well as Supporter Irfan Ahmed (also the vice-president of the Lahore Bar Association Cantt) were found to be fake.
“It is very intriguing to keep in mind that Ahsan Ali Rana had actually failed his Bachelor’s Degree when he acquired the admission for LLB at the Quaid-e-Azam Law College, and Irfan Ahmed had likewise failed when he acquired admission in the National Legislation University,” Advocate Awais argued.
It bugged CJ Khan who examined just how precisely was it possible to obtain admission in an LLB program when one has stopped working to pass their bachelor’s degrees.
“What will these colleges produce when they are earning ‘haram’ by giving admission to those who are not qualified,” CJ Khan mentioned. “This is not a matter of qualification. It seems to be an issue of fraudulence,” he even more included.
CJ Khan then adjourned process till April 6.