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NEET case hearing postponed, now the case will be heard in the Supreme Court on July 18


There will be no hearing on the NEET case in the Supreme Court today. The court has postponed the case till July 18. Now the case will be heard on July 18.

The hearing on the NEET case has been postponed today. Now the case will be heard on July 18. 43 petitions related to this case are listed in the court. A bench headed by CJI Chandrachud will hear the case. Yesterday, the central government filed its affidavit on the matter. The affidavit said that the paper leak had happened at a very low level, so it was not right to conduct the exam again.

What was said in the affidavit?

Let us inform you that the central government has filed an affidavit in the Supreme Court on the NEET case. The affidavit said that IIT Madras did data analysis and no abnormality or any collective error was seen in that data. The Centre also proposed to form a 7-member expert panel to consider all the issues raised so that no such paper leak problem arises in the future. It further said that the counseling process will be conducted in 4 phases starting from the third week of July. If any candidate is found to have benefited from any irregularity, then the admission of such candidate will be canceled at any stage during or after the counseling process.

The government in favour of not conducting the exam again

The government has further said in the affidavit that Madras IIT has been requested to investigate the people involved in the irregularity through data analysis. Their analysis shows that there has been no major irregularity because the number of people who have scored high marks in the exam is less. The Centre has said that it is ensuring that 23 lakh candidates are not burdened with the re-examination based on 'unsubstantiated suspicions'. The government has said that it is ensuring that no candidate found guilty of taking unfair advantage gets any benefit.

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