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NEET paper leak case to be heard in Supreme Court today, big decision may come


There is a controversy going on in the whole country regarding the NEET paper leak case. Agencies are engaged in investigation. At the same time, today there is a hearing in the Supreme Court regarding this matter.

There is a ruckus in the country regarding the NEET paper leak case. Agencies are engaged in investigating the matter. Students are constantly adamant about the demand to cancel the paper. The NEET paper leak case is to be heard in the Supreme Court today. Let us tell you that during the last hearing in the SC, the NTA informed the Supreme Court that the NEET re-exam will be held on June 23 and the results are likely to be declared by June 30 to facilitate the counseling process starting from July 6. Let us inform you that out of 1563 eligible candidates on June 23, only 813 (52%) appeared in the NEET re-exam and 48% of the students left the exam.

School owner arrested in Godhra, Gujarat

On the other hand, the CBI, which is investigating the alleged irregularities in conducting the examination, arrested the owner of a school in Godhra, Gujarat. With the arrest of Dixit Patel, owner of Jai Jalaram School located near Godhra in Panchmahal district, the total number of people arrested in this case so far has gone up to six. Five of these have been detained by Gujarat Police. The accused in the case had allegedly demanded Rs 10 lakh each from at least 27 candidates to help them pass the exam. Jai Jalaram School was one of the designated centers where the NEET-UG exam was conducted on May 5.

Paid Rs 4 lakh to solver to get his son passed

In the same sequence, a doctor and his son from the Naini area of ​​​​Prayagraj have come on the radar of Bihar Police. According to the information received, the doctor had given Rs 4 lakh to the paper solver to get his son passed in NEET. Now Bihar Police is conducting raids to trace the doctor and his son but both are absconding.

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