LHC Orders Five-Year Audit of Private Law Colleges Over Dubious Admissions

LHC Orders 5-12 months Audit of Non-public Regulation Schools Over Doubtful Admissions


The Chief Justice of Lahore Excessive Courtroom (LHC), Muhammad Qasim Khan, ordered a five-year audit of all of the non-public legislation faculties on Wednesday over a set of petitions figuring out that a number of legislation faculties had accepted and are accepting the admission functions of scholars who had didn’t both full or go their BAs.

Chief Justice heard the petitions difficult the legitimacy of the levels of varied present and former representatives of the Bar Affiliation.

The authorized counsel of the Punjab College, Advocate Malik Muhammad Awais Khan, apprised the courtroom in regards to the faux levels of the previous president of the Tax Bar Affiliation, particularly Advocate Ali Ahsan Rana, and the vice-president of the Lahore Bar Affiliation Cantt, Advocate Irfan Ahmed.


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Advocate Khan acknowledged that “This can be very attention-grabbing to notice that Ahsan Ali Rana had failed his BA when he obtained the admission for LLB on the Quaid-e-Azam Regulation School, and Irfan Ahmed had additionally failed when he gained admission within the Nationwide Regulation School”.


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This revelation irked the highest choose, who requested about how it’s attainable to pursue an LLB program after failing BA.

“What is going to these faculties produce when they’re incomes ‘haram’ by giving admission to those that usually are not eligible. This isn’t a matter of eligibility. It appears to be a matter of fraud,” he retorted.

The CJ has adjourned the courtroom listening to till 6 April.



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