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Chandigarh Congress protests NEET irregularities

Chandigarh Congress protests NEET irregularities

Congress workers protest outside the party office in Sector 35, Chandigarh, on Friday. Pradeep Tewari



Tribune News Service

Chandigarh, June 21

The city Congress today held a protest to express its ‘pain and anguish’ over allegations of irregularities, paper leaks and awarding of inflated marks and grace marks in the NEET-UG 2024 examination held in Gujarat, Bihar and Haryana.

Congress activists carrying placards condemning the ‘corrupt and anti-Youth BJP and NDA government’ gathered at the Chandigarh Congress Bhawan this morning and raised slogans to protest against alleged corruption in competitive exams conducted in the BJP-ruled states.

The protesters lamented, “After the Centre, the BJP-ruled states have also vitiated the sanctity of hitherto clean competitive examinations, which are now plagued by technical glitches, malpractices and use of unfair means in test centres.”

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