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Hearing in Supreme Court today on the NEET irregularities case, will the exams be held again now?


The Supreme Court will hear the matter of irregularities in the NEET exam today. A petition has been filed in the Supreme Court regarding NEET irregularities.

Students are very angry about the rigging of the NEET 2024 result. Now the matter of irregularities in the NEET entrance exam has reached the Supreme Court, which is to be heard today. Alleging irregularities in the NEET exam, a petition has been filed in the Supreme Court that the NEET UG 2024 result should be withdrawn and the exam should be taken again. It has been said in this petition that grace marks have been given arbitrarily in the NEET exam and due to this 67 students have got the same i.e. full marks (720 marks). Along with this, there has also been a demand to form an SIT to investigate the matter.

Demand for withdrawal of result and re-examination

Since the results came out, students have been protesting in every corner of the country for many days. In this petition, there has been a demand to withdraw the result and re-examination. At the same time, a demand has been made for an investigation into the rigging of the exam results. It was further said that NTA has given arbitrary grace marks and all this is prejudiced. At the same time, the agency was accused of giving backdoor entry to some students. Expressing apprehension, the petitioner said that the fact has come to light that 67 students appearing for the exam at a particular center have been given full marks up to 720. The petition further said that the NEET exam was held on May 5 and since then many complaints have surfaced in which there were talks of paper leak.

Demand for a ban on NEET counseling also

This petition has been filed in the Supreme Court by Abdullah Mohammad Faiz and Shank Roshan Mohiddin, residents of Telangana and Andhra Pradesh. The petition states that this petition has been filed for the sake of the interests of the students and a request has been made to the Supreme Court to stop the counseling of NEET UG 2024 till the investigation is done in this matter. Let us inform you that two petitions are already pending in the Supreme Court in this matter and a plea has been made to cancel the exam on the ground of a paper leak. It is worth noting that while hearing the first petition, the court had also issued a notice to NTA, although it refused to stay the result.

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