OUR STAFF REPORTER LAHORE Justice Sheikh Azmat Saeed of the Lahore High Court Wednesday called for a reply from the Punjab government to a petition which has questioned the online system for the Intermediate and Matric examination as well as computerized result/marks system for the question papers attempted by the students. On the petition filed by senior advocate Muhammad Azhar Siddique, the court has required the Education Department, to file reply by November 4 next. Giving arguments on the petition, the petitioner counsel said that the on-line system is complicated and unaccessible to a large number of students appearing in the board examination as such the system has added to their problems instead of easing out things for them. He informed the court that the Board has also adopted the computerized system for marking the Inter and matric papers when the fact is computer is quite insufficient to correctly judge their abilities which the students display through the papers. He prayed to the court to take note of this fact as students were under serious stress due to this system and were up in arms at present. The court at it remarked that the government did not move as long as the students continued peaceful protests but it came into senses no sooner when they became violent and restive. The court remarked that no one would be allowed to play with the future of the students and issued notice to the government to seek reply to the petition by November 4 next.