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Supreme Court to hear plea preferred by NEET-UG candidates

Lawstreet Journal 7 Jan 2022 6:50pm

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Supreme Court to hear plea preferred by NEET-UG candidates who alleged rigging of their OMR sheets after publication of the answer keys by the National Testing Agency

DYC J: Mr Kumar, when will you file your reply?

Adv Rupesh Kumar: We've already filed the same. Can it be taken up on Monday?

DYC J: We can keep it up on Monday. Till then I'll also read the reply. Mr Kumar, on Mon don't bring any Senior Counsel. We want you to argue.

Adv Kumar: SG will lead me.

DYC J: Okay, you can be by his side then.

We'll keep it for Monday.

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