The teachers went to Lahore and after two-day stay there brought Geoffrey Langlands, who celebrated his 98th birthday recently, to Islamabad to meet Interior Minister Chaudhry Nisar Ali Khan, who is one of his old students.
It is expected that Langlands along with a few of the teachers would meet the minister in a day or two. Earlier, it was reported that on the request of Mr Langlands the minister had ordered the department concerned not to issue a visa to Ms Carey.
The row over the principal started after she sacked a number of teachers on the basis of their poor performance. The sacked teachers then reportedly approached Langlands in Lahore and managed to block the return of his successor from England.