LAHORE - Justice Umar Ata Bandial of the Lahore High Court on a petition of Ammara Mirza, an MBBS part-I student at Fatima Jinnah Medical College, Tuesday sought replies from Punjab University and the college. Petitioner Ammara approached the court to have directions issued to PU and FJMC to allow her fourth chance to appear in the examination. In the petition she submitted that she appeared in MBBS Part I annual examination 2008 availing her third chance but unluckily she failed in two subjects. She said that the college authorities struck her out from the college declaring her ineligible for further medical education in Pakistan. She said on November 23, 2007 the governor Punjab, who is also the chancellor of the university, had issued notification deciding that four chances would be given to the students. She said according to the notification she was entitled for the grant of four chances. She said King Edward Medical University following the governor's notification was providing four chances to the students. She prayed directions for the university authorities to let her avail fourth chance of examination. The court directed the PU and FJMC counsels to file their replies till February 6. Earlier on Friday Justice Bandial hearing identical petitions of five other MBBS part-I students of same the institution had directed the Punjab University to provide them fourth chance to appear in the examination. Judgement reserved Justice Hamid Ali Shah of the Lahore High Court on Tuesday after conclusion of arguments reserved the judgment on various identical petitions challenging the supply of wheat quota to flour mills on district basis system. The petitions were moved on the behalf of Pakistan Flour Mills Association (PFMA) and different flourmills of the province. The PFMA through its counsel submitted that the government was providing different quantity of wheat crop to each district ignoring the fact that flourmills also have variant production capacity. The counsel pointed out that at the time of establishment of flourmill different government department ascertained the production capacity of the mills. So they could not be deprived of their right in any case, the counsel added. The petitioner-association prayed to the court to strike down government policy and direct it to fix wheat quota as per the mills variant production capacity. Hearing against MPA adjourned Justice Fazal-e-Miran Chauhan of the Lahore High Court on Tuesday adjourned hearing, till February 6, of an election petition against the victory of Saeed Akbar Khan Niwani, member Punjab Assembly from PP-49, Bhakkar. On next date of hearing the court would issue frames proposed by both parties. Ghazanfar Abbas Cheena of PML-N, who was defeated by Niwani, had moved the petition. He alleged that Niwani was not a graduate and was also involved in criminal cases. He asked the court to declare Niwani's election null and void and to declare him as returned candidate.