LAHORE A large number of students belonging to different city colleges staged protest demonstration on Friday against the errors in result of Intermediate (Part-I) Annual Examination 2011 in front of Lahore Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education (BISE) office. The students blocked roads and burnt tyres. They chanted slogans against the computerisation system and demanded that it should be reverted to old system. The board office gates were locked and the candidates, who wanted to complain about relatively less numbers as compared to their competence, were not allowed to enter. Many students alongwith their parents had also visited the board offices for applying for re-checking. Meanwhile, girl students of Punjab College also staged a protest at the Jail Road. The students protest at both roads caused traffic mess. Long queues of cars, motorbikes, wagons and rickshaws were witnessed due to blockage of the roads. The protestors while chanting slogans against the board administration said that it was responsible for the negligence showed in results which had put the future of thousands of students at stake. Many of the protesting students, talking to mediamen raised serious concerns about the errors in their results. They claimed that they had attempted their papers very well but they were awarded very low marks and were even declared fail in some subjects. Taking immediate action on the issue, Punjab Chief Minister Shahbaz Sharif suspended Lahore Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education (BISE) Secretary Mushtaq Ahmad Tahir and later in the evening held his decision in abeyance. The board Secretary was also suspended owing to mess-up in results. However, the CM was later informed that the board Secretary had no role in preparing and declaration of results. The Insaf Students Federation also protested against the board administration and sought remedy to students problems. ISF office-bearers in a statement said that a committee must be formed and every student must be compensated. The federation demanded Dr Majid, initiator of online system, be terminated and strict action must be taken against him. They blamed that Dr Majid illegally got his sons papers checked and passed him in high grades. According to the statement, ISF will strongly protest against such acts and launch a countrywide movement. ISF office-bearers said Nawaz Sharif and Shahbaz Sharif were holding protests against Zardari, but they should first protest against those who were doing wrong in their own government. When contacted, Lahore Board acting chairman Dr Allah Bakhsh Malik said all Result Late (RL) cases had been cleared.