Congress took to the streets against the rigging in NEET exam, demanding an investigation

Jaipur : Congress took to the streets across the state on Friday to protest against the rigging in the NEET exam. A sit-in was held outside the Collectorate in the capital Jaipur under the leadership of State Congress President Govind Singh Dotasara. During this, the speakers targeted the central and state government and demanded that the NEET exam be cancelled and the case be investigated by the CBI. The sit-in, which started at 11 am, lasted for about 3 hours. Congress MP Ummedram Beniwal and more than a dozen MLAs were also present in the sit-in.

Addressing the protest, Dotasara targeted Minister Kirori Lal Meena and former Leader of Opposition Rajendra Rathore and said that during our government, these two leaders used to make allegations and stage protests every day regarding the future of children. Where have those Kirori and Rathore gone today, why are they not speaking on this matter now?

NDA government will not last long

Dotasara He claimed that the NDA government at the Centre will not last more than one and a half years. He also called women reservation a mere rhetoric. The protest was also addressed by Pratap Singh Khachariyawas, Mamta Bhupesh, Vikas Chaudhary, Rafiq Khan and city Congress president R.R. Tiwari.

‘Paper leak is the weakness of NDA government’

here Leader of Opposition in the Assembly Tikaram Julie, while accusing the government of rigging the NEET paper, said that the paper leak incident is the weakness of the NDA government. This type of corruption and scam in the organization of the country’s prestigious examination is a betrayal and injustice to 24 lakh students. Due to not cancelling the exam, a state of confusion has arisen among the students.