BJP-RSS promoted education mafia… Kharge's direct attack on NEET paper leak case

Ananya Shroff
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New Delhi: The NEET paper leak controversy has not stopped yet. The opposition is constantly attacking the Modi government. Meanwhile, Congress President Mallikarjun Kharge has targeted the BJP and RSS. He made a big allegation and said that the Bharatiya Janata Party and the Sangh have captured the entire education system and promoted the education mafia. Apart from this, Kharge has talked about conducting the NEET-UG exam again.This demand of Kharge
Kharge wrote on Twitter that the Modi government has told the Hon'ble Supreme Court that there has been no paper leak in NEET-UG! This blatant lie is being told to lakhs of youth. Their future is being ruined. The Education Ministry has said that 'irregularities/cheating have taken place only at a few places'. This is misleading. The BJP-RSS has taken over the entire education system and promoted the education mafia.

He further claimed that the Narendra Modi-led government is hell-bent on destroying our education system. Be it NCERT books or paper leaks in exams, the Modi government is hell-bent on destroying our education system. We reiterate our demand that:
1) NEET-UG should be re-conducted. It should be conducted online in a transparent manner.
2) All paper leak scams must be thoroughly investigated under the supervision of the Supreme Court and strict action must be taken against the culprits.

Modi Government cannot escape from its mistakes
Kharge further said that the Modi government cannot escape from its misdeeds. The central government has told the Supreme Court that when there is no evidence of large-scale breach of privacy in the NEET-UG 2024 exam, it would not be logical to cancel the entire exam. The Ministry of Education says that completely cancelling the NEET-UG exam held on May 5 would be a serious threat to lakhs of honest students who worked hard in 2024. The central government has filed an affidavit on a bunch of petitions pending before the apex court, seeking withdrawal of NEET-UG 2024 results and direction to re-conduct the exam on allegations of paper leak and cheating in the exam.

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