🔥 JEE-NEET 2020 updates | Prime Minister Ashok Gehlot and the MP from Rajya Sabha, Digvijay Singh, are calling for exams to be postponed. 6 non-NDA countries have already submitted review requests Prime Minister Ashok Gehlot and Rajya Sabha MP Digvijay Singh are calling for the reviews to be postponed. 6 non-NDA countries have already submitted review requests
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- Prime Minister Ashok Gehlot shared a video message from Twitter account
- Rajya Sabha MP Digvijay Singh is calling for the exam to be postponed by 3 to 6 months
Despite the knowledge of the NTA and government conducting the exam regarding the implementation of JEE-NEET, there has been an ongoing protest against the exam. In the same order, Rajasthan chief minister Ashok Gehlot and high-ranking congress leader Digvijay Singh have called on the central government to postpone the JEE and NEET exams amid the corona epidemic.
Ashok Gehlot shared a video message
Prime Minister Ashok Gehlot posted a video from his official Twitter account in which he said that millions of students and their parents are worried about his health. Given the increasing number of coronavirus cases in the country and the epidemic, the problem of transportation and hotels should be resolved immediately as there is very little time left. The government shouldn’t hesitate to postpone the exam.
Digvijay Singh called for the exam to be postponed by three to six months
At the same time, Digvijay Singh, MP for Rajya Sabha from the Madhya Pradesh Congress, said that the investigations should be postponed for three to six months in view of the current situation caused by Corona. More than 70,000 cases of coronavirus are reported in the country every day. In this situation, however, a NEET-JEE check is performed. If something happens to the students in such a situation, who is responsible? The MP from Rajya Sabha also said, “I urge the Center and the Supreme Court to reconsider this decision as we too must secure the future of the children.”
6 states submitted a review request
Earlier on Friday, ministers from six states had filed a petition for review with the Supreme Court to request a review of their order. In fact, on August 17, the Apex Court rejected the petition to suspend the NEET and JEE medical and technical entrance exams. After that, JEE will be organized between September 1st and 6th and Neet on September 13th.