Seems like the future of students pursuing medicine in Pakistan will witness a ground-breaking development. The Supreme Court of Pakistan has barred admissions in all private medical colleges countrywide.

The court declared this order during the hearing of a case against alarming rise in fee of private medical colleges.


The two-member branch, headed by the chief justice of Pakistan, Justice Mian Saqib Nasir  made this decsision after hearing the outraged public response and the petitions against the fee hike in private medical colleges and hospitals.

He expressing his disapproval over fee hikes, consequently ordering all private medical colleges to submit their fee structure and the bank accounts of all medical college owners.

What is more, the chief justice raised objection regardng the location of these private colleges, which are based in garages and rooftops of buildings.

Taking about his recent visit to Mayo Hospital, he said that he will visit the places where health care issues exist.

Here’s how social media is reacting to the news

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