NANKANA SAHIB - Hundreds of male and female students on Thursday demanded restoration of MA Examination Centre of the Punjab University in the district as they were worried about their future and other problems in this regard. They appealed to the Punjab governor, the chief minister and the PU vice-chancellor to restore centre in the district. The MA examination centre functional since long has been closed due to some unknown reasons causing panic among hundreds of students especially girls and their families who were preparing themselves for the exams starting from the next week. Around 600 MA students of Urdu, Islamic studies, History, Political Science etc appear in the examination centre in Nankana every year. Furthermore, the student coming from remote areas like Seyyed Wala, Barah Garh have to face more difficulties to appear in Sheikupura centre as the journey takes more than two hours which is difficult to manage every day. They said that it is very difficult for the girl students to manage residence nearby the examination centre in Sheikhupura because of dearness and their society does not allow this as well. Moreover, traders, lawyers, students, teachers, civil society activists and educationists expressed their great concerns over the closure of the already functional examination centre. In the same way, students and families belonging to Teshil Headquarters Sangla Hill and Shah Kot would be in big problems now. As no untoward incident ever took place in the centre, the people of the district said that rather providing further facilities, the Punjab Government has closed the only one functional centre without any reason. If it is not restored, the students have to give up their education, they said. As everyone in the world knows that education is the fundamental tool for development of any country and such decisions would definitely not help promote education. Hundreds of physically handicapped girl students including Saira hanif, Hira Baber, Afia Gulzar, Nadia Taulat, Ayesha Shahid, Shabana Mahmood appealed the authorities to save their future. Courts staff urged to be honest: District and Sessions Judge Ch Abdul Hafeez has emphasised that the courts staff should perform their duties honestly and efficiently to provide timely and cheap justice to the needy and poor masses. He was addressing district courts staff at his court room here the other day. The DSJ has assumed his office recently after his return from Saudi Arabia where he performed Umrah. DSJ CH Abdul Hafeez said that the courts employees were being paid handsome salaries and it was now their obligation to help the courts to deliver cheaper and speedy justice to the poor and needy masses. He also warned against any sort of corruption and malpractices, saying that they was no room for corruption officials and zero-tolerance would be showed for such elements. He also directed for the judicious utilisation of equipments and other property of the judiciary, adding that all kind of property of the judiciary was the sacred trust of the masses and we must come up to their expectations.