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Sindh High Court seeks evidence from NED registrar
« on: April 18, 2010, 01:20:21 PM »
Sindh High Court seeks evidence from NED registrar

Rustication of student for paper leaking

Karachi: The Sindh High Court (SHC) directed the NED University of Engineering and Technology Karachi registrar to submit evidence of leaking a paper for which a final year chemical engineering student was rusticated.

Petitioner Bushra Ejaz challenged her rustication from NED on alleged allegation of leaking papers in connivance with teachers. She is final year student of chemical engineering and obtained first class marks in three years.

On Friday, Advocate Obaidur Rehman filed counter affidavit on behalf of the NED registrar and submitted inquiry report, which stated copies of two papers were found from the computer used by teacher Fahad, who had gone to Germany on scholarship. The university vice chancellor ordered a high level inquiry by a team of teachers, which retrieved copies of leaked papers from official computers of university with highly objectionable material shared between teachers Adilur Rehman, Saad Hashmi, Fahad and Zahid Nabi with university's female students.

Diyat: The SHC directed the federal and provincial law officers to inform whether Diyat amounts outstanding against 18 convicts confined across Sindh despite serving sentences could be paid from funds of Ministry of Zakat and Ushr for their release.

A division bench, comprising Justice Mushir Alam and Justice Tufail H Ebrahim, passed an order on petition seeking direction to provincial zakat and ushr department to pay Rs 754,875 as Diyat to secure release of prisoner Allah Bachayo confined in Karachi Central Jail due to non-payment of Diyat amount. ppi