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NSUI Workers Storm NTA Building in Delhi Over NEET Paper Leak, Face Legal Action

Members of the Congress-affiliated National Students’ Union of India (NSU-I) broke into the National Testing Agency (NTA) headquarters on Thursday, escalating the demonstrations against the irregularities in the conduct of the NEET-UG and UGC-NET exams.
Numerous NSU(I) members, led by their president Varun Choudhary, stormed inside the premises in Okhla, south-east Delhi, shouting things like “shut down NTA,” and locked the door. A sign at the door said, “No more Corrupt NTA. #NTA BAN.”
According to Delhi Police on Thursday, NSUI employees have been charged after breaking into the NTA office during a demonstration over the NEET issue.

The IPC’s 186/ 353/ 452/ 342/34 and other sections were used to register the case.

Delhi Police officials were also present at the National Testing Agency (NTA) headquarters on Thursday, following the NSUI protest at the agency’s office.

In reference to the purported anomalies in the NEET-UG test, President Droupadi Murmu stated on Thursday that the government is dedicated to both a thorough inquiry into the recent occurrences of paper leaks and severe penalties for those found responsible.

The opposition brought up the issue in Parliament on Friday, amid widespread demonstrations over purported irregularities in the National Testing Agency’s administration of the National Entrance-cum-Eligibility Test (NEET).

Leaders of the INDIA opposition coalition met at Congress Chief Mallikarjun Kharge’s residence earlier today. They informed ANI on Thursday that several issues were discussed during the meeting, which will be brought up in Parliament on Friday.
Tensions between the ruling BJP and the Congress-led INDIA opposition have intensified due to controversies surrounding the NEET and UGC-NET exams.

The NTA, responsible for conducting the NEET-UG exams, is under fire for alleged exam irregularities. This has sparked numerous protests nationwide, with demonstrators and political parties calling for the NTA to be disbanded.

News – Simran

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