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    KTR, the working president of BRS party, has called for an inquiry into reported irregularities in the NEET examination. He urged the Central government to form a high-level expert committee to look into the matter.

    Taking to Twitter, KTR expressed concern over the news reports of irregularities in the NEET exam. He pointed out that this issue affects the future of many students and demanded immediate action from the Central government. KTR highlighted the unusual number of students scoring maximum marks and questioned the use of ‘grace marks’ in the calculation process.

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    Moreover, KTR raised concerns about the rushed declaration of NEET results on the day of election results. He suggested that this hasty announcement adds to the doubts surrounding the entire process. KTR also mentioned that the newly formed NDA government will face challenges related to such issues in the future.

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    KTR emphasized that no student from Telangana has ranked in the top 5 in the NEET exam for the past five years. He attributed this to possible irregularities in the examination process. The BRS party has put forward questions and demands to the Central government regarding the transparency and fairness of the NEET exam.

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