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Karachi orphan denied Matric admit card for not submitting B-form

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SAMAA | - Posted: Dec 4, 2020 | Last Updated: 6 months ago
SAMAA |
Posted: Dec 4, 2020 | Last Updated: 6 months ago

Building of the Board of Secondary Education, Karachi. Photo: Zameen.com

A Matriculation student from Karachi who is an orphan and doesn’t have any guardians has petitioned the Sindh High Court to get the Board of Secondary Education Karachi to issue her admit card.

The board denied Maham Rehman the document because she couldn’t submit her B-form, which NADRA issues when you show your parents’ CNICs. A B-form is an identification document for people under the age of 18.

The girl was three months old when her father died and three years old when her mother passed away.

Her lawyer, Usman Farooq, says she doesn’t have a permanent address wither because she moves from one relative’s home to another.

Farooq argues that the court should order NADRA and the education board to issue her B-form and admit card. This will help Rehman appear for the Matric exams and get enrolled in a college.

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  1. Anonymous  December 5, 2020 4:36 pm/ Reply

    Heartbreaking story… this means we are simply denying the basic human rights of orphans. In this case, she could not held liable for not maintaining her document as she became orphan at a very young age. It is the responsibility of her caretakers to process her documents in time and keep them valid.

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