It passed the Peshawar High Court (PHC) on Wednesday in order to survive prevent the government from deportation officials in the Pakistani school Turk.
Bench heard from two members of the PHC comprising Justice Yahya Afridi and justice Ikramullah petition filed by students and parents from the Pakistani-Turk schools.
The petitioners maintained that the federal government had ordered the expulsion of teachers because of a political issue and that teachers were unrelated.
The petition stated that there are 26 Pak-Turk school campuses across the country, where it was recorded about 11,000 students.
Issued primary health care is to stay on the system and the federal government earlier expelled workers and issued a notice of the federal government to clarify its position on this issue.
The Turkish government issued an order to the staff of schools to leave the country before President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, Turkey’s visit to Pakistan earlier this month.
The Turkish government believes that Pakistani-Turk schools are part of the network operated by Fethullah Gulen, a political rival to President Erdogan reportedly called on Pakistan to close them.
Turkey announced Gulen organization a terrorist entity after the July 15 coup attempt in the country to fail.
Will be held the next hearing in the primary health care in the December 1 session.