Supreme Court while hearing suo moto case regarding the performance of Pakistan Medical and Dental Council PM&DC and medical colleges remarked that there was a dire need for equality in country’s education system.
While chairing a three-member bench Chief Justice Mian Saqib Nisar remarked that “no jewel in more expensive than education, lawmakers should provide quality education to everyone”.
He said that judiciary did not want to destroy private medical colleges however there was a dire need for quality education and wanted their uplifting.
Chief Justice showed his desire and said ” is one bag, one book and one uniform possible for every student in the whole country? so that no one could differentiate between innocent students,” adding, in fact, there should be equality in the education system.
During the course of proceedings, Akram Sheikh counsel for the PMDC apprised the court that in the previous government, federal minister Dr. Asim Hussain registered 85 medical colleges, 90 were registered in 2007 while bypassing rules and regulations.