In the NEET-UG paper leak case, the government has been consistently in action mode, making decisive moves. The investigation into the NEET-UG paper leak has been handed over to the CBI. The Director-General of NTA has been removed from his position. Additionally, a high-powered committee has been formed to bring improvements in the examination process and prevent paper leaks. Amidst these developments, another exam has been postponed; the Ministry of Health has decided to postpone today’s NEET-PG entrance exam. The announcement of new dates for the exam will be made soon.

These actions underscore the government’s proactive stance in addressing the NEET-UG paper leak issue, aiming to ensure fairness and integrity in the medical entrance exams. The involvement of the CBI reflects a significant step towards thorough investigation, while changes within NTA and the formation of a high-powered committee indicate efforts to strengthen examination protocols and prevent future incidents of malpractice.