ISLAMABAD - The Chairman National Standing Committee on Education, Abid Sher Ali on Saturday urged President Asif Ali Zardari to send a reference against Chief Justice of Pakistan (CJP), Justice Abdul Hameed Dogar to the Supreme Judicial Council on his alleged involvement in manipulation of his daughter's examination results. While talking to TheNation Abid Sher Ali said that he wrote a letter to the President wherein he suggested that the President should ask the CJ to tender his resignation over the charges of allegedly influencing the Federal Education Board for increasing marks of his daughter in rechecking process in the recent FSc exam. To a query, he said that the government was playing delaying tactics over a serious issue. He further said that the Speaker National Assembly, Dr Fehmida Mirza did not permit the committee to fulfil its constitutional duties, as the committee was unable to remain functional without NA Speaker's notification to let the Standing Committee carry out its business accordingly. He regretted the present government's indifference toward this very sensitive issue and adopting delaying tactics in convening the meeting of the standing committee. Abid Ali told TheNation that in the letter he proposed to President Asif Ali Zardari to convene a high-level parliamentary conference to discuss this serious issue to help avoid clash between the two constitutional organs of the State - Parliament and Judiciary. When contacted the President's spokesman was not available for comments on the matter.