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ISLAMABAD: The Supreme Court on Friday ordered the High Court to exercise caution when intervening in the affairs of educational institutions.

The five-member panel, led by Judge Mansoor Ali Shah, handed down the verdict, stating that the High Court should refrain from interfering with the policies and rules of educational institutions, rather than violating laws and fundamental rights.

The verdict also stated that universities have academic experts who can make better decisions about students, and that it is the job of judges to make decisions in accordance with the law, not based on personal likes and dislikes.

The ruling issued by the Supreme Court said that democracy is not built by individuals, but by obeying the law.

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