BUREWALA:March 12: Parents have demanded Chief Minister Muhammad Shahbaz Sharif take notice of setting 14 years as minimum age by the Multan Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education for appearing in the matriculation examination starting from March 14.
They said that the Multan BISE had enrolled thousands of students, having age less than 14 years, but now they had been stopped from appearing in the examination for the reasons best know to high-ups. They demanded the chief minister waive the age limit condition to secure the future of the students.
Meanwhile in a press conference, Vehari District Private School Association vice-president Rao Habibur Rehman, Muhammad Rehman Khokhar advocate, Muhammad Aslam Shah, Rana Muhammad Munir, Muhammad Riaz and Muhammad Bashir said that students and their parents were perturbed at the sudden decision of the Multan BISE. They said that it was injustice to announce make such decision a few days before the examinations. They demanded Chief Minister Punjab Muhammad Shahbaz Sharif to take notice of the problem and waive the condition to secure the future and academic year of the students.The news.