Rahul Gandhi's take on NEET: He promises to be the 'voice of students' in Parliament

Rahul Gandhi's take on NEET: He promises to be the 'voice of students' in Parliament

NEW DELHI: Congress MP-elect

Raul Gandhi

Prime Minister-designate

Narendra Modi

about the alleged irregularities in the NEET-UG 2024 exam, as he promised to become the voice of the students in


He reiterated the Congress Party’s election promise of formulating a law to free students from document leaks, adding that the party has come up with a “robust plan”.
“Narendra Modi has not even taken oath yet and the NEET exam scam has devastated more than 24 lakh students and their families. 6 students from the same exam center top the exam with maximum marks, many get marks that are technically not are possible. but the government continually denies the possibility of a paper leak,” Rahul Gandhi said in a post on X.
“Congress had come up with a solid plan to tackle this ‘paper leak industry’ which is run in connivance with the education mafia and government machinery. In our manifesto, we had pledged to free students from paper leak of paper by drafting a law,” he added.
In addition, he claimed the support of the country’s youth towards the opposition coalition, the INDIA bloc.
“Today I assure all the students of the country that I will become their voice in Parliament and strongly raise the issues related to their future. The youth have expressed confidence in INDIA; INDIA will not allow their voice to be suppressed,” he said . .
Earlier on Saturday, Congress general secretary (organisations) KC Venugopal targeted the BJP for destroying the future of students and urged the Education Ministry to conduct a thorough probe into the irregularities of the NEET-UG 2024 exam.

In a post on
“Firstly, it persisted in the exam despite huge opposition from many states, especially Tamil Nadu and Kerala. Now, it is clearly incapable of administering it effectively and we are now seeing documents being leaked at the national level. This, along with with multiple irregularities raises alarm about how the exam is being conducted,” he added.
He further informed that to address the concerns of the students and their parents, he wrote a letter to K Sanjay Murthy, Secretary, Ministry of Education, and demanded an impartial inquiry into this issue and sought Murthy’s attention on the complaints and concerns regarding the conduct. and NEET-UG Result 2024.
“As you know, the NTA released the NEET-UG 2024 results on June 4, 2024. The results have been marred by allegations of irregularities and document leaks following inflated marks of some medical aspirants,” Venugopal mentioned in the letter.
KC Venugopal also raised the issue of paper leak in his letter and said, “…Initially, there were allegations of paper leak, which were now followed by massive irregularities in declaration of results.”
The NTA on Saturday set up a committee to review grace marks given to NEET UG 2024 candidates amid allegations of mark inflation.
The Ministry of Education established a committee to review the qualifications awarded to more than 1,500 candidates. Several candidates alleged that mark inflation had resulted in 67 candidates getting the top rank, including six from the same examination center in Haryana.
Amid allegations leveled by opposition leaders over the conduct of the NEET 2024 exam, the Director General of the

National Testing Agency

(NTA), Subodh Kumar Singh said, “They (the committee) will meet soon and can submit their recommendation within a week.”
Earlier, the Young Doctors Network of the Indian Medical Association (IMA) demanded a probe by the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) into the alleged irregularities in the National Eligibility and Entrance Test (NEET) 2024. A total of 20 .38 lakh students registered for the exam, out of which 11.45 lakh candidates qualified. The result was announced on Tuesday and 67 students secured All India Rank (AIR) 1.

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