LAHORE - A writ petition has been moved in the Lahore High court to stop announcement of upcoming results of matriculation examination all over Punjab as the question papers given to students in the examination contained hundreds of mistakes in objective section. Muhammad Arshad, a teacher at Sheikupura Islamia High School, filed the petition through his counsel Zahid Hussain advocate. The teacher-petitioner submitted that there were 109 mistakes in the 'Objective Type part of various papers of the Board of Intermediate and secondary education (BISE) Lahore and students suffered a lot due to the mistakes in the objective papers. He pleaded that in Urdu paper, the BISE Lahore put a multiple-choice objective question about first President of Pakistan Muslim League (PML) and all four choices given below in the paper were totally wrong. The students had no option but to drop the question due to the mistake and likewise happened in some other papers as well, adding woes of the students during the matriculation examination. The petitioner contended that all education boards of Punjab including BISE Lahore failed to re-check the question papers before holding examination and the students had to solve the same papers, which were full of mistakes. He prayed to the court to give directions to BISE Lahore and other boards to award 20 extra marks (grace marks) to students to compensate the damage caused to them due to 109 wrong multiple choice questions in the objective section. He also prayed that the results of matriculation, which are expected to be announced on August 4, should be freezed till decision of the case.