Anti-corruption Commission (ACC) chairman Iqbal Mahmood on Tuesday said that stern legal action will be taken against the schools which will charge extra money for fill up forms of Secondary School Certificate (SSC) examination.
Talking to the reporters while leaving his office on Tuesday Iqbal Mahmood warned that strict action will be taken if any school found charging additional fees fromthe SSC candidates.
He also urged the students and their parents not to pay any extra money.
The ACC chairman urged all to work together for preventing corruption in the society and make the next generation as skilled human resource.
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