ISLAMABAD - Chief Justice Islamabad High Court, (IHC) Justice Sardar Muhammad Aslam Thursday reserved verdict in Farah Hameed Daodgar case after completing the hearing of legal challenge to the jacking up of her marks in FSc annual examination. Fate of Farah, the daughter of the Chief Justice of Pakistan (CJP) Justice Abdul Hameed Dogar, hangs in balance, as IHC will today announce its decision on the issue. IHC is also keeping custody of all the relevant record of Farah Hameed Dogar's examination, answer sheets, rechecking and reassessing of her marks. During the final hearing of the issue before the IHC, petitioner Azam Khan Sultanpuri, who is one of the challengers of extra 21 marks awarded to Farah Hameed Dogar, argued that the Chairman, Federal Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education (FBISE) acted in gross violation of the rules while awarding extra marks to the daughter of CJP. Farah Hameed Dogar applied for rechecking of 6 papers and only one mark was increased in one paper due to recounting and former chief Federal Education Board, Air Commodore (Retired) Shamshad Sharif issued directives for reassessment in gross violation of the rules of the (FBISE). Subsequently, the papers were reassessed which was not allowed under the rules, he added while praying that court should strike down extra marks awarded to Farah Hameed Dogar and bring those responsible to justice. Learned counsel for Iftikhar Hussain Rajpoot, another challenger of the award of extra marks awarded to Farah, Barrister also submitted that no one was above law and everyone should be held accountable. Rebutting these submissions, Farah Hameed Dogar's lawyer, former Attorney General for Pakistan (AGP), Malik Muhammad Qayyum objected to the making of her client as respondent in the issue along with her mother. Qayyum said the move was not only beyond comprehension but also against the law. He also cited several judgements of the superior courts where the reassessment of a candidate was upheld. Qayyum also referred to a judgement of Peshawar High Court in this regard where the right of students to seek reassesment was upheld under Rule 25 of the University. He also stated that a student of Punjab University secured 22 marks in the paper of English in 2001 and she sought permission from Lahore High Court for reassessment of her papers. The request was allowed. Chief Justice IHC at this stage observed that the citation suggested that the reassessment was allowed by court but the questions remained unanswered whether the Chairman of FBISE was empowered to do so or not. Malik Qayyum replied that as per Act of 1975 of FBISE, the Chairman was empowered to allow the reassessment. It was further argued that no such student has approached the court who had been affected by the marks awarded to Farah Hameed Dogar. After completing the hearing of the issue, Chief Justice IHC reserved the verdict of the issue to be announced today.