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    In Hyderabad, the police stopped student leaders from marching to Raj Bhavan in protest of the NEET paper leak. The NSUI called for a statewide bandh on July 6 to intensify their campaign. Leaders from various student organizations were detained at Indira Gandhi statue as they demanded a re-examination of NEET.

    The student groups want the Union government to conduct a re-examination of NEET under the supervision of a Supreme Court judge. They also want the National Testing Agency, responsible for NEET, to be terminated. Despite trying to submit a representation to the Governor, the students felt ignored by the government.

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    MLC and NSUI State president Venkat Balmoor stated that the fight will continue until their demands are met. During the protest, some student leaders caused damage to a police vehicle, leading to their relocation to Goshamahal police grounds.

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    Earlier in June, student leaders attempted to protest outside Union Minister G Kishan Reddy’s residence after he refused to meet with them. The police detained many students during this incident as well.

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