OUR STAFF REPORTER LAHORE Lahore High Court Chief Justice Sheikh Azmat Saeed on Monday against sought reply from Punjab government on a writ petition challenging the establishment of four unrecognized medical colleges in the province. The CJ refused to issue a stay order against the medical colleges and adjourned the hearing till Dec 09. Punjab government is already using delaying tactics to comply with court earlier directions. Justice Saeed observed that Punjab government had already sought number of adjournments in the case but could not file reply. The petitioner Advocate Noshab A Khan had filed the petition stating that the government of Punjab inaugurated four medical colleges without fulfilling basic requirements and approval of Pakistan Medical and Dental Council (PMDC). He said the government opened these medical colleges in Sialkot, Gujranwala, Sahiwal and Dera Ghazi Khan. He said admissions for the academic session 2010-2011 had already been completed against 100 seats in each college. The government remained oblivious despite students genuine concerns over unrecognizing by the PMDC of these colleges. He said the Supreme Court in its judgment had categorically declared fake all the medical and dental colleges lacking PMDC recognition. He had further prayed the court to declare the opening of these colleges as illegal and to stay the functioning of the colleges till final disposal of the case.