The Supreme Court Monday refused to entertain a plea seeking cancellation of the National Eligibility cum Entrance Test, undergraduate, (NEET UG) held on September 12, 2021 on the bottom that the examination was not performed in a good and clear method.
The apex courtroom dismissed the plea saying that cancellation of the exam can’t be on the value of lakhs of college students.
A bench headed by Justice L Nageswara Rao, which stopped quick of imposing Rs 5 lakh value, famous that the petitioner seeks setting apart the NEET-UG Exam and directing the National Testing Agency to conduct the exam afresh.
The foundation is that CBI has registered 3 FIR’s whereby it has acknowledged that there was impersonation of the candidates, the apex courtroom famous.
“What sort of writs are filed underneath Article 32? Lakhs of folks have taken these exams? When folks come to you (advocate), do not you say that these might be dismissed with value? You now wish to cancel the complete exam? You argue, we’ll cope with this at size and we’ll cope with you specifically,” the bench additionally comprising Justice B R Gavai mentioned.
Advocate Ninad Dogra, showing for the petitioner, submitted that CBI has registered three FIRs and examination papers have been leaked on WhatsApp.
The high courtroom was listening to a plea filed by 20 yr previous petitioner Saloni seeking cancellation of the NEET UG exam held on September 12, 2021, citing alleged malpractices and conducting the exam afresh.
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