LAHORE - The Lahore High Court on Monday issued fresh notice for June 15 to PPP MNA Amir Yar Waran from NA-184, Bahawalpur, on a petition seeking his disqualification for possessing a bogus BA degree. Justice Sheikh Azmat Saeed sent notice to the MNA through a special messenger of the court when the court was informed Waran last time did not receive the courts notice deliberately. The petition was filed by Muhammad Arshad Pirzada, a voter from the same constituency, through his counsel Aftab Ahmad Bajwa. It was contended that sitting MNA Amir Yar acquired his BCom degree from Shah Abdul University Khairpur, Sindh, in 1997. But the university on verification request by one Muhammad Rafique Qamar had termed the degree possessed by Mr Yar as bogus. The petitioners counsel pointed out the LHC Bahawalpur bench in its judgment on Feb 1, 2008, following the report of the university had declared him ineligible to contest election. However, the counsel said, the respondent MNA later appeared in examinations of BA from Islamia University Bahawalpur and found guilty of impersonation. A disciplinary committee of the university had disqualified him for a period of three years as well as cancelled his examination of BA. He said the respondent despite ban of three years imposed on him got reiteration in Balochistan University and appeared in exams of BA in year 2004. But he could not pass the examination, the counsel added. The Balochistan University also initiated proceedings against the respondents and held him guilty of concealing facts and keeping bogus degree. The counsel further said an election petition was also filed against the MNA, which was dismissed in April last by a bench of LHC on technical grounds. He prayed to the court the respondent MNA be declared disqualified while invoking provisions of article 62 and 63 of the constitution as he was not Ameen (honest) person.