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    Congress Demands PM to Hold All-Party Meeting in Light of NEET Controversy

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    The Congress party in Hyderabad is calling for an all-party meeting with the Prime Minister to discuss the issue of the NEET paper leak. They believe it’s important for everyone to be involved in addressing this issue. They want a thorough investigation conducted by a Supreme Court Judge to prevent similar incidents in the future and protect the dreams of aspiring doctors.

    The Congress vice president, G Niranjan, expressed concern over the misconduct in the NEET and UGC-NET exams. He criticized the Prime Minister for being focused on activities in Bihar instead of addressing the issue at hand. Niranjan highlighted that millions of students worked hard for months to prepare for these exams, only to be faced with irregularities that have shocked the nation. He also mentioned the controversies surrounding the exams and the government’s response to them.

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    Niranjan, who is also the chairman of the EC Coordination Committee, emphasized the need for transparency and accountability in these exams. He urged the government to take immediate action to address the issues and ensure that students’ futures are not compromised.

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