Lahore - The Lahore High Court on Monday issued notice to PML-N MNA Malik Jamil Awan, on a petition challenging his eligibility to hold seat from NA-107, Gujrat. Justice Umar Ata Bandial asked both sides to assist the court on MAY 6 on a law point that whether a quo warranto writ could be issued against MNA at his belated stage. The petition was filed by Ch. Shafaat Hussain of PML-Q alleging that the respondent MNA possessed fake degree of B.A and obtained citizenship of Holland through forged documents. Petitioner said there was a clear difference in the names of his parents mentioned on identification documents of both Pakistan and Holland. He pointed put that on Pakistani documents names of his father and mother were written as Ahmad Jamil and Raj Begum respectively whereas on Hollands documents he mentioned these names as Muhammad Jamil and Fatima Bibi. Moreover, date of birth of the MNA was also different on the documents, he added. About academic qualification of the MNA, the petitioner alleged that he had a fake degree of B.A obtained from a Karachi institute. Petitioner prayed to the court to declare respondent disqualified on the grounds of committing fraud and acting dishonestly.