It has been reported that the Lahore High Court (LHC) on Friday has dismissed a petition against the online classes due to the coronavirus outbreak in the country.
A judge of the Lahore High Court (LHC) Justice Ayesha A Malik on Thursday had reserved the verdict on the petition against the online classes.
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The petitioner in the petition took the stance that the schools and colleges should be stopped from holding the online classes as all the students don’t have then internet services available at their homes.
The petitioner had also argued against the educational institutes taking full fees from their students and giving them online classes. The petitioner mentioned that the educational institutes should charge only 70% of the fee.
The petitioner further added that the closure of the educational institutions should be considered as the holidays.
As per the details, the high court had dismissed the petition while saying that it was not maintainable.