LAHORE - The Lahore High Court Chief Justice Khawaja Muhammad Sharif Wednesday called for a detailed report till November 15 from the chief secretary Punjab on the government policy about free education to the students, and generation of resources by BISE Lahore as it is collecting Rs 450 from each student for issuance of result card of Matric, FA and FSc, contrary to the government claims. During suo motu proceedings on Tuesday, Chairman BISE Dr Muhammad Akram Kashmiri submitted a report wherein it was stated that fee of Rs 450 is being charged to generate funds because the cost of result cards paper is very high. Chief Justice Khawaja Sharif expressed displeasure with decision of the board to charge fee for the issuance of result card to students contrary to the government policy. I am totally dissatisfied with the report submitted by the BISE chairman. The CJ held that generating funds should not be job of BISE as the government is providing funds to it. CJ remarked that it is strange that on one hand the chief minister Punjab has exempted registration and examination fees of the students while on the other hand BISE is receiving fee of Rs 450 for issuance of result cards. The CJ inquired the chairman whether the board in the past also charged the fee and the chairman answered in negative. If earlier the fee was not being charged, why the board is putting burden on the people now, he remarked. He said the Board should not generate funds because it was the duty of the government to provide funds to it. Later, the chief justice asked Additional Advocate General Punjab Hanif Khatana to get detail report from the chief secretary about the policy of the Punjab government in this regard. He also asked Zafarullah Khan, senior advocate, to assist the court in the matter on the next hearing. The CJ took suo motu notice against the BISE on a press appeal published in a local newspaper by applicant Principal Allama Iqbal Public High School, Kasur who had sought indulgence of the chief justice in the matter to save students from the injustice.