Bharat Gathbandhan will show its strength to Modi Government 3.0 in NEET paper leak case, such is the preparation

Ananya Shroff
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New Delhi: The first session of the Lok Sabha in Modi 3.0 is starting from June 24. Even before the session begins, there are clear indications from the attitude of the opposition that this session of Parliament is going to be tumultuous. This time BJP is not in power with full majority and in true sense it is the NDA government. In the first and second term of the Modi government, BJP had full majority but it is not so in the third term. The effect of which is sure to be seen inside the Parliament as well. At the same time, this time the opposition parties have become stronger than before. Especially the seats of Congress have increased significantly. The leaders of the parties included in the opposition alliance Bharat have intensified their attack on the BJP, especially PM Modi, since the results. Even before the Parliament session, the ruling party and the opposition are face to face over the Protem Speaker, while along with this, the Bharat alliance is preparing to surround the government on many issues. In which NEET-NET case, train accident in Bengal, Agniveer Yojana are prominent.

There is bound to be an uproar on the issue of NEET

The strength of the opposition parties has increased after the results of the Lok Sabha elections. The ongoing controversy over alleged irregularities in the NEET-UG examination and the canceled UGC-NET examination has become the first major issue of confrontation between the new NDA government and the opposition alliance India. It is likely that this issue is going to be quite tumultuous in the first session of the 18th Lok Sabha. The Congress-led opposition had made its intention clear soon after the election results that it would not let the government sit in peace. It had also said that it would ask tough questions to the ruling party on issues of national importance. Congress leader Rahul Gandhi has repeatedly attacked the government and Prime Minister Narendra Modi over alleged failures to stop paper leaks. The opposition has said that this time many good speakers have also reached Parliament by winning the elections and they will test the government toughly.Opposition is completely united in the NEET paper leak case
This time the opposition seems to be completely united on the issue of paper leak. Most of the opposition leaders have not only raised the issue of paper leak but have also used it to target PM Modi. Congress seems to be the most aggressive on this issue. Other opposition parties including Mamata Banerjee's party TMC, Samajwadi Party, Shiv Sena, DMK, NCP, CPI (M), CPI and Aam Aadmi Party are also attacking on this issue and all have raised this issue in one voice. The leaders of these parties demand that the NEET-UG exam should also be canceled and strict action should be taken against those responsible for this.

The series that started from UP is still continuing
The opposition had also raised the issue of paper leak during the elections. Be it former Congress president Rahul Gandhi or Samajwadi Party (SP) president Akhilesh Yadav, Rashtriya Janata Dal (RJD) leader Tejashwi Yadav, all had raised the issue of paper leak and the future of the youth in their election speeches. Congress had even promised in its manifesto to settle the cases related to paper leak in fast track courts and give financial compensation to the students. Before NEET, in February this year, the question paper of UP Police Constable Recruitment Examination in Uttar Pradesh was leaked and the paper went viral on social media on the day of the examination itself. More than 48 lakh candidates had appeared in the examination for more than 60 thousand constable posts. The Yogi government of the state ordered to conduct the examination again but the date has not been announced yet. In such a situation, the opposition will be seen more aggressive this time on the issues of paper leak, Agniveer and employment.


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