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LHC Suspends Decision to take CSS 2018 Exams in Urdu

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A 2 member bench of Lahore High Court has suspended the decision to take CSS exams 2018 in Urdu. The bench was headed by CJ LHC Mansoor Ali Shah in which Federal Government had the opinion that it hasn’t prepared to take CSS exams in Urdu in 2018 due to which it is not possible as translation of 43 subjects out of 51 haven’t been completed.

It is difficult for students passing graduation in English to take CSS exams in Urdu, as remarked by CJ LHC. The decision was suspended by the court and asked the FG about completing their preparation for taking CSS exams in Urdu during the next hearing that has been summoned on April 13.

This appeal was filed by FG after the previous decision of the single member bench of LHC in which it was ordered to take CSS 2018 exams in Urdu language.




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