New Delhi: Congress leader Rahul Gandhi criticised Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Tuesday for remaining “silent” on the NEET exam issue. Rahul Gandhi said that his party is committed to raising the voice of the youth from the streets to Parliament to ensure strong policies against paper leaks. Gandhi pointed out that the arrests made in Bihar, Gujarat, and Haryana clearly indicate organised corruption in the examination process. He said that these BJP-ruled states have become the “epicenter” of paper leaks.

“Narendra Modi, as usual, is maintaining silence on the tampering with the future of more than 24 lakh students in the NEET examination,” Gandhi said in a post on X in Hindi.

“The arrests made in Bihar, Gujarat and Haryana clearly show that there has been organised corruption in the examination in a planned manner and these BJP ruled states have become the epicentre of paper leak,” he claimed.

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In the manifesto, the Congress had guaranteed to secure the future of the youth by making strict laws against paper leaks.

“While fulfilling the responsibility of the opposition, we are committed to formulate such tough policies by strongly raising the voice of the youth from the streets to the Parliament and putting pressure on the government,” he said.

Gandhi’s remarks came after the Supreme Court on Tuesday said that even if there is 0.001% negligence on the part of anyone it should be thoroughly dealt with. The top court pulled up the National Testing Agency (NTA) and said that think about the children who have prepared for the examination. The court said this while hearing another petition challenging the NEET UG results. The court issued notice and tagged it along with other pleas to be heard on July 8. 

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