LAHORE A large number of Intermediate Part-II students staged a protest demonstration against the stoppage of paper re-checking in front of Lahore Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education on Tuesday. They were also demanding cancellation of their results as done by the boards for Intermediate Part I. The students hailing from different colleges of the city chanted slogans against the management of the board. They demanded cancellation of their results and re-checking of papers as well like the first year papers were being re-checked and the results would be compiled again. Angry students led by Student Action Committee chanted slogans against the BISE management and computerised system and blocked the road. The police baton charged the students and some of them received injuries. Alleging non-cooperation by the BISE management, the students demanded of the Punjab Chief Minister to take notice and suspend those responsible. Some students said that the papers were being re-checked by non-professionals which might cause more errors. Talking to TheNation, BISE Chairman Dr Allah Bukhsh said that the result of the students of Intermediate Part II who applied for re-checking would be prepared within five days and the board management would send results on their houses by courier. I promise that now all the results would be error-free and transparent and we will try our best to compensate the students. They can submit a simple application without any fee in this regard and all tensions would be resolved soon. I assured the students and parents that the issue would be settled, he said. On the occasion, the students warned the management of the board that they would launch massive protests if their demands are not fulfilled according to promise of the board chairman. The board spokesman said that the students who failed were protesting in order to force the Board to accept their demand. He said the papers were being re-checked by the professors and teaching staff. He said although the Punjab Professors and Lecturers Association (PPLA) had boycotted re-checking but some teachers were re-checking papers behind closed doors.