The Supreme Court on Wednesday rejected the petition to request an update regarding the investigation into FIRs that have been filed across different states about the paper leak allegations and the widespread misconduct during this year’s NEET-UG 2021 Entrance Examination which was held on the 12th of September in 2021. The court rejected the petition. Justice Nageswara Rao said that any interference in the issue would cause confusion and confusion about the test. Furthermore, it would not be in the best interests of students as well. The petition to obtain a status report on the rigging of the NEET-UG 2021 examination Supreme Court has been rejected. A bench composed of Justice L Nageswara Rao dismissed the petition to obtain an update regarding the allegations of rigging during the NEET UG exam that was held on September 12. In dismissing the petition, Justice Nageswara Rao said that any interference in the issue will cause confusion and confusion about the exam. Additionally, it won’t be in the interests of the students.
Supreme Court Regarding The Matter:
The bench consisted of Justice L. Nageswara Rao and Justice B.R. Gavai ruled in a case alleging fraud and cheating that occurred during the examination. The petition also sought to improve the security protocols which include biometric verification of applicants and the jammers used to conduct the test in an open and fairway. The petition also demanded instructions for those DGPs from Rajasthan as well as Uttar Pradesh to file a report within the next week.
The plea was submitted by Advocate Mamta Sharma claiming that even students receive illegal benefits that it is an injustice that is grave. The petitioner sought a “RENEET” submitting that standard security protocols and biometric verification of students must be enhanced. The petition also requested an indefinite delay on the announcement of the results in NEET UG 2021 till the next plea is resolved.
Counselor senior Salman Khurshid, appearing for the petitioner in the matter Salman Khurshid, representing the petitioner in the case, said “We are not seeking cancellation of the examination.” We want the investigation report to be published in all four FIRs, however, the court did not want to grant the request. Justice Rao said he did not wish to discuss the issue.
According to the petition by examining the plain text of the FIR of 12 September 2021, which was registered by CBI and CBI, it is obvious that the NEET-UG2021 admissions exam paper was published under a criminal conspiracy that involved well-known coaching centers, as well as a paper solver gang, was discovered. On the day of the examination, CBI registered FIR against 4 suspects and unknown other suspects. The FIR is clear that the examination process was altered by proxy candidates, and an exorbitant amount of 50 lakhs per person was imposed by coaching centers and Solver gangs.