'Scams Pushing Country's...': Priyanka Gandhi Vadra Condemns NEET Paper Leak Scam Amid BJP Rule

Congress general secretary Priyanka Gandhi Vadra took a potshot at the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP)-led central government on Friday for the recurring issue of exam paper leaks, describing it as a national issue under BJP rule. She further expressed concern that this problem has adversely affected the future of countless young individuals.
Rahul Gandhi with sister Priyanka Gandhi Vadra

Rahul Gandhi with sister Priyanka Gandhi Vadra

New Delhi: Congress general secretary Priyanka Gandhi Vadra took a potshot at the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP)-led central government on Friday for the recurring issue of exam paper leaks, describing it as a national issue under BJP rule. She further expressed concern that this problem has adversely affected the future of countless young individuals.
Attacking the central government amidst controversy surrounding alleged irregularities in the National Eligibility-cum-Entrance Test (NEET) medical entrance exam and the cancellation of the UGC-NET exam due to integrity concerns, Priyanka Gandhi Vadra, in a post on X, demanded strict action over the "NEET scam" to ensure justice for 24 lakh students.
"Today, Indian National Congress colleagues across the country protested against the NEET exam scam. Rampant corruption in recruitments, paper leaks and educational scams under the BJP rule are pushing the country's future into darkness. This game of corruption must be stopped immediately. We demand that there should be immediate and strict action on the scam in NEET exam so that 24 lakh youth get justice," she said in a post on X.
Meanwhile, in another post on X, the Congress leader said, "In the last 5 years, papers of 43 recruitment exams have been leaked in the country. Paper leak has become a national problem of our country under BJP rule which has ruined the future of crores of youth so far. India is the youngest country in the world. We have the largest youth population. Instead of making these youth skilled and capable, the BJP government is making them weak. Crores of talented students study hard day and night, prepare for different exams, parents bear the burden of studies by sacrificing their body and stomach."
"Children wait for years for a vacancy to come. When a vacancy comes, there is the cost of filling the form, the cost of going for the exam, and finally the whole effort is wasted due to corruption. BJP's corruption is weakening the country," said Priyanka Gandhi.
Congress leader Rahul Gandhi on Friday hit out at the Centre over the alleged irregularities in the NEET-UG 2024 examinations, stating that he would personally address the issue in Parliament and the opposition would put pressure on the ruling government to provide justice to the students.
Amid the ongoing controversy, Rahul Gandhi shared a video of his meeting with a group of NEET aspirants and their parents. In the post accompanying the video, Gandhi said that the future of lakhs of students is uncertain due to the "incompetence" of Prime Minister Narendra Modi-led government.
In a post on YouTube in Hindi, the Congress leader wrote, “Met and interacted with students who were harassed by paper leaks and cheating in the NEET exam. This is the biggest injustice to the aspirations of 24 lakh youth, their parents, who have been working hard for their goal for years.”
He added, “I assure the youth of the country that I stand with them against injustice. The Congress party will protest against paper leak and cheating in the exam across the country in the coming days and will ensure justice for them.”
In the video, the Congress MP said, “I want to speak with 24 lakh students who have suffered due to the NEET paper leak. From the streets to Parliament, we are standing with you. I want to say to 24 lakh students that you are not alone. In the last seven years, there have been 70 paper leaks and two crore youth have lost out due to it.”
Earlier this week, the Supreme Court refused to delay the NEET-UG counselling process, which was set to begin on July 6. The results were announced on June 4, ten days ahead of schedule. However, allegations of question paper leaks and the awarding of grace marks to over 1,500 students sparked protests across the country. Cases were filed in various courts, including the Supreme Court, which has criticised the National Testing Agency (NTA).
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