ISLAMABAD: On Monday, Chief Justice of Pakistan (CJP) Umar Ata Bandial stated regarding the most recent by-elections in Punjab that the Supreme Court did not interfere with any institution’s work but rather supported it, which resulted in free and fair elections.
When he was in charge of a two-member bench hearing a case involving the suspension of a student’s entrance to Khyber University, the CJP used these comments as an illustration. Instead of doing it for the institutions, we’ll make them work for us. In the most recent elections held in Punjab, we followed suit, said the CJP.
The panel also dismissed the Khyber University’s appeal in the matter during today’s hearing, noting that Rukhsana Bangash recently completed other papers in a supplementary examination and passed the second-year medical examination on her fifth attempt.
When the student’s education was complete, the university cancelled their admission since they could not afford a fifth chance. The university and PMDC shown negligence during the schooling and did nothing, according to the Supreme Court.
It was also stated that the university’s choice may have been upheld if it had been made at the outset.” Cancellation of registration after completion of study and the start of practice will be contrary to justice,” the court ruled in dismissing the appeal.