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India Political Highlights | 'Modi silently watching spectacle' as NEET students suffer, says Rahul

Slamming the Centre over the alleged irregularities in NEET, Rahul Gandhi has said he will personally raise the issue in Parliament and the opposition will put pressure on the government to ensure justice for students. Gandhi shared a video of his meeting with a group of NEET aspirants and their parents earlier today. The NTA a while back announced the postponement of the June edition of CSIR-UGC-NET exam. The toll from the hooch tragedy in Tamil Nadu's Kallakurichi has risen to 48 and the issue has also turned political as AIADMK leaders in the state assembly were earlier evicted from the House over demands to hold debate on the matter. After the Delhi HC stayed the trial court's order giving bail to Kejriwal, the Opposition hit out at the BJP over the same. Thanks for staying with us through the day, we will be back tomorrow with wit more updates. Goodnight!
Last Updated : 21 June 2024, 17:33 IST

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