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Big News! Lahore High Court Stops the Bike Distribution among Students, Latest Updates 2024

Notably, the initiative aims to give 20,000 motorcycles to worthy students via convenient monthly installments. More than 100,000 students have applied for the program, the minister was informed. Officials stated that more female students than male students applied to the government. Meanwhile, Chief Minister Maryam Nawaz Sharif recently announced the launch of a free motorbike program for girls.

Delay in Bike Distribution

The Punjab government’s plan to distribute electric motorcycles to students in the province has been put on hold until Monday by a temporary order issued by the Lahore High Court (LHC). The distribution of electric motorcycles to Punjab students has reportedly been delayed until Monday by LHC, which has also asked for detailed project information. The court issued this directive while deliberating on the province’s efforts to reduce pollution. 

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Interest-Free Installments for Bikes

The Punjab government conducted an electronic balloting procedure here on Saturday to give students motorcycles on interest-free, flexible installment plans, despite objections expressed by the Lahore High Court. Punjab Minister for Transportation Bilal Akbar Khan performed an electronic balloting of applications for the Chief Minister’s Youth Initiative program, seeking offers for e-bikes and petrol bikes to be given out on interest-free, flexible installment plans at the CM office.

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Delay in Bike DistributionLahore High Court (LHC) issues a temporary order delaying distribution until Monday, asking for detailed project information.
The delay was attributed to the province’s efforts to reduce pollution, as deliberated by the court.
Interest-Free InstallmentsDespite objections from LHC, the Punjab government conducts electronic balloting to offer interest-free, flexible installment plans for e-bikes and petrol bikes to students under the Chief Minister’s Youth Initiative program.

The quota for Male and Female Students

In cities, half the quota will be set aside for male and female students. Thirty percent of the quota in rural regions will go to female students and seventy percent to male students. Notably, the distribution of motorcycles in Lahore will consider every district’s population density, guaranteeing fair access for students throughout the area.

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FAQs

For how long is the Bike Scheme Delayed?

The Punjab government’s plan to distribute electric motorcycles to students in the province has been put on hold until Monday by a temporary order issued by the Lahore High Court (LHC).

What are the Payment details for the Boys and the Girls?

Students can purchase motorbikes and e-bikes through simple monthly installment plans. For a monthly fee of Rs 11,676 for male students and Rs 7,325 for female students, male students can benefit from this deal.

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