By Rohit Sindhu, Updated : Aug 28, 2020 12:53 IST
If we keep raising the matter, Centre can postpone JEE, NEET, says Sachin Pilot

If we keep raising the matter, Centre will have to consider the demands of people and postpone JEE NEET examinations, says Sachin Pilot. Former Congress Deputy Chief Minister of Rajasthan, Sachin Pilot on Friday spoke on JEE and NEET exams controversy. After resolving the differences with CM Ashok Gehlot, Sachin Pilot once again becomes active from the Congress' end and join the nationwide campaign launched by opposition on JEE and NEET exams in Sept.

Contrary to the Centre's decision on holding NEET and JEE Main examinations in September month, Sachin Pilot supported the Congress party's move. Pilot said we are going in right direction and "If we keep raising the matter, Centre will hae to consider the decision to conduct these exams in September", Pilot says.

Earlier high command of Congress party decided to hold demonstrations in front of all central government offices at district headquarters in the Rajasthan state on Friday at 11 am. Congress workers staged protest in Jaipur against entrance exams 2020. The party also started an online campaign called ‘SpeakUpForStudentSafety’.

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Among the latet developments of Friday, Congress launched the nationwide protest against national level entrance examinations. Six ministers of opposition ruled states also moved to Supreme Court, seeking review of its order permitting Centre to conduct NEET, JEE exams in September month. Ministers from 6 states including West Bengal, Jharkhand, Rajasthan, Chhattisgarh, Punjab & Maharashtra filed the review petition in the Supreme Court seeking review of August 17 order of the Court and postponement of JEE & NEET scheduled to be held in September. On other hand Police detailed the Delhi Pradesh Congress President Anil Chaudhary for protesting against the Exams in Delhi.

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