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    BRS working president KT Rama Rao expressed his concern about the confusion surrounding the NEET examination, which has disappointed students and parents hoping to see their children become doctors. He called for stricter measures to prevent similar incidents in the future.

    KTR criticized the Central government for not taking action despite reports of NEET question papers being sold in Bihar for exorbitant amounts. He accused the government of neglecting its responsibilities and showing a lackadaisical attitude towards the NEET entrance exam. KTR also questioned why the Prime Minister, who often interacts with students about exams, has remained silent on the NEET issue.

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    In an open letter to the NDA government, KTR demanded a thorough investigation into the matter and strict action against those responsible. He emphasized the need to reassure students and parents affected by these irregularities, stating that the problem extends beyond NEET to other competitive exams supervised by the NTA. KTR assured that the BRS would advocate for the rights of affected students.

    Overall, KTR called for accountability and transparency in addressing the NEET controversy to restore trust among students in competitive exams.

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