IHC Chief Justice Athar Minallah issued bailable warrants for both accused and has summoned them on August 30.
A district and sessions judge had sentenced him to 20-year imprisonment in the fake degrees scam case in July.
District and sessions judge imposes a fine of Rs1.3 million on each of the convicts.
FIA had challenged acquittal of Shoaib Shaikh and others after a judge admitted to receiving a bribe for the verdict.
SHC rejects Shoaib Shaikh's interim bail plea, filed after FIA succeeded in having his earlier acquittal overturned.
Apex bench orders Sindh and Islamabad high courts to promptly decide on the pending cases regarding Axact.
DG FIA asked to submit report to court within 10 days.
Customers of fake diplomas include NHS consultants, nurses, an engineer and a defence contractor: report.
CBC executives purchase bogus degrees from Axact-linked school, confront those possessing fake diplomas.
Umair Hamid, 31, has also been ordered to forfeit $5,303,020.
IHC dismisses petition of suspended judge asking court to quash notice issued for acquitting Axact owners, directors.
This is the story of the trial of an Axact executive based entirely on court documents.
Sentencing for Umair Hamid is scheduled for July 21.
Accused continued to work even after action was taken against the IT firm in Pakistan
Umair Hamid, 30, admitted to conspiracy to commit wire fraud in connection with an international “diploma mill” scheme.
WASHINGTON: The US Department of Justice has charged an Axact executive, Umair Hamid, with collecting about $140...
Axact counsel claims prosecution employing delaying tactics, no headway made as accused still not indicted.
Company's response cites conspiracy, accuses local media groups of running a defamation campaign against Axact and Bol.