ISLAMABAD The Supreme Court on Tuesday sought complete educational record of Malik Yasir Raza, a PML-N MPA from Rawalpindi PP-13, who has been declared fake degree holder by the Lahore High Court. Wasim Sajjad, the counsel for MPA Yasir Raza, pleaded before a three-member bench of the Supreme Court headed by Chief Justice Iftikhar Muhammad Chaudhry for the dismissal of the Lahore High Courts verdict. He submitted that evidences of three witnesses were recorded including the one from the Federal Education Board that revealed that Yasir was student of PEF College Warsik Road Peshawar but LHC had declared his degree fake giving the reason that his picture on the intermediate admission form was not matching. Justice Ghulam Ahmad Rabbani and Justice Khalil-ur-Rehman Ramday were other two members of the same bench. Justice Ramday inquired from Yasir Razas father Malik Muhammad Raza that from which school his son matriculated. He replied, I dont know because at that time I was out of the country for performing Haj. Justice Ramday asked, You even not aware regarding your own sons educational career. How do you claim that his degree is genuine. On the intervention of the Chief Justice, Mailk Raza told the bench that his son appeared in matric exam from the Danies High School Rawalpinidi, but he could not succeed. Second time he appear in the exam as a private candidate but again he could not succeed to pass the Biology subject. Later, he did intermediate from Peshawar. The CJ asked Wasim Sajjad that Malik Yasir Raza was not even matriculated. Wasim told the bench that it was the policy back in 1992 that if a candidate could not clear an elective subject he was considered pass in the exam. The bench expressed its ignorance regarding such policy and asked the counsel to produce all such record before the court on next hearing with observation that it was the courts duty to maintain the sanctity of parliament and assemblies. The case has been adjourned till July 16, 2010.