GUJRANWALA - Hundred of students stormed into the Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education (BISE) Gujranwala office on Thursday noon, breaking its windowpanes and torching some of its record in protest over the delay in announcement of the results of intermediate annual examination 2011. The protesting students complained the BISE had put their future at stake as many among them were still awaiting the result. Due to the delay, non-issuance of marks-sheets and flaws in the marking process, scores of students failed to apply for admissions to varsities. Irked over this embarrassing situation, a number of affected students gathered on Bypass Road outside the BISE office, shouting slogans against the administration. The students alleged that the BISE controller did not issue mark-sheets as most of the re-checking cases pointed out blunders in checking process. They also accused the BISE officials of corruption, maintaining that if an impartial inquiry was conducted all top positions announced would be changed. Police were called in to placate the protest that continued for several hours. But this could not stop the mob who resorted to vandalism and torched some of the record at one-window operation room on the BISE premises. Upon this, the BISE chairman came out of his office and assured the students of early resolution of their problems as well as free re-checking. Mehr Muhammad Bashir also admitted flaws in the checking procedure. GCCI regrets power outage :Gujranwala Chamber of Commerce & Industry Acting President Salah Uddin Jamil has criticized the government for the power outages which have started once again in the district and warned that it might cause another outburst by the public in coming days. In a statement, he said that un-announced loadshedding during working hours had been creating anger among workers and demanded the federal government and the Gujranwala Electric Power Company (GEPCO) to chalk out a proper loadshedding schedule in the region. The schedule must be implemented to avoid any aggressive retaliation and the federal government should take it seriously.