LAHORE - The Lahore High Court on Friday deferred till Monday the judgment on the fate of PML-N MNA Mudassar Qayyum Nahra in a petition seeking his disqualification on the basis of his bogus BA degree. The election tribunal comprising of Justice Sheikh Azmat Saeed was about to announce its verdict on Friday but it was delayed when the MNAs lawyer appearing before the court sought some time to place on record some documents in a bid to save his client from the sword of disqualification hanging over his head. Earlier, the court had reserved its verdict after hearing arguments on the question of MNAs bogus degree. That was why the court had asked him resign in three days otherwise the court will announce its verdict, which may go against him. However, Nahra did not resign despite a direction by the court and now it is feared the verdict may go against him on Monday. The petition was filed by Chaudhry Bilal Ijaz of PML-Q who had lost election against Nahra in NA-100, Gujranwala, in 2008 elections. The petitioner submitted Nahra possessed fake BA degree and won 2002 and 2008 elections as MPA and MNA respectively. The petitioner stated Nahra appeared in BA exams in 1993 but was found guilty of using illegal means by the disciplinary committee of PU and the committee had also disqualified him for three years. Mudassar won the election as an independent candidate but later joined PML-N, he said. The petitioner appealed to the court to declare the respondent disqualified while invoking provisions of Article 62 and 63 of the constitution. Another election petition is pending against Mudassar Qayyum Nahra before the LHCs election tribunal for making false statement in the court claming he possessed genuine degree of BA and he has to yet prove his stance.