BIG BREAKING NEET 2021: Plea filled in supreme court Regarding NEET 2021
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BIG BREAKING NEET 2021: PLEA FILLED IN SUPREME COURT REGARDING NEET 2021, CHECK DETAILS HERE
While alleging criminal conspiracy and involvement of coaching centres in leaking of NEET UG 2021 entrance examination paper, a plea has been filed before the Supreme Court seeking cancellation of NEET UG 2021 Entrance Examination held on 12th September 2021 and directions for conducting a fresh exam.
Several NEET UG aspirations have filed a writ petition seeking cancellation of the exam conducted by National Testing Agency across nation and conduct of examination afresh to protect the interest of genuine, deserving and meritorious candidates.
The plea filed through Advocate Mamta Sharma has stated that on the date of the NEET UG examination, CBI had registered FIR against 4 accused persons and unknown others, stating that the process of examination was manipulated by using proxy candidates and an exorbitant amount upto 50 lakhs per candidate was charged by coaching centers and solver gangs.
The petitioners have argued that from the bare perusal of the FIR dated 12th September registered by CBI, it is crystal clear that the NEET UG 2021 entrance examination paper was leaked under a criminal conspiracy wherein involvement of renowned coaching centers and paper solver gang has been found.
Directions Sought: The plea has urged the Court to cancel the NEET UG 2021 examination held on 12.09.2021 and direct examinations to be conducted afresh.
The plea has also sought directions to the Ministry of Education, National Testing Agency and National Medical Commission to enhance the standard of Security protocols including biometric verification of candidates, use of jammers etc to conduct the examination in a fair and transparent manner.
Further directions have been sought to the National Testing Agency to submit an affidavit within a week as to why the examination conducted on 12th September 2021 should not be cancelled and a decision be taken to conduction the examination afresh.
The plea has also sought directions to the CBI and Director General of Police of Rajasthan and Uttar Pradesh to submit a fact-finding report before the Supreme Court of India within a week with all relevant information and documents as well as the findings. Further directions have been sought to them to book and complete the trial as expeditiously as possible so that the guilty can be punished.
Case Title: Vishwanath Kumar & ors vs National Testing Agency & ors