Congress Protests NEET-UG Irregularities Near BJP Headquarters

Delhi Congress workers led by president Devender Yadav protested near BJP headquarters against alleged irregularities in NEET-UG 2024 examinations. The demonstration sought justice for the youth affected by paper leaks and corruption. Police detained the protestors, who pledged to continue until issues are addressed.

PTI | New Delhi | Updated: 21-06-2024 18:41 IST | Created: 21-06-2024 18:41 IST
Congress Protests NEET-UG Irregularities Near BJP Headquarters
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Delhi Congress workers on Friday organized a demonstration near the BJP headquarters, protesting alleged irregularities in the NEET-UG 2024 examinations.

Led by Delhi Congress president Devender Yadav, the protest aimed to safeguard the interests of students affected by reported paper leaks and corruption. Yadav emphasized their commitment to achieving justice for lakhs of students who participated in the exam. The protesters, who convened at the party's state office, attempted to march towards the BJP headquarters but were intercepted by police midway.

Despite being detained and taken to various police stations, the congress workers reiterated their resolve to fight for the students' rights. Senior leaders including ex-MP Udit Raj and All India Mahila Congress President Alka Lamba joined the protest, spotlighting the issue of unemployment and the jeopardized future of young aspirants. Yadav called for the immediate scrapping of the NEET-UG exams and the dissolution of the National Testing Agency (NTA), demanding prompt action from the Union education minister.

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