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Blaming the government for the “leakage of question papers”, he said, “It has become clear that question paper leaks are occurring time and again in BJP-ruled states, including Assam.”

“In this recent case of NEET-UG exams, it is the states ruled by the BJP or its allies like Gujarat and Bihar that have emerged as nerve centres.” The central government was unable to conduct the exam smoothly, the state Congress president claimed during the demonstration.

Several MPs and other senior Congress politicians as well as members of the NSUI student movement took part in the protest.

The NSUI members also attempted to stage a demonstration in front of the party office, but were prevented from leaving the premises by the police.

The medical entrance examination, National Eligibility-cum-Entrance Test (Undergraduate) or NEET-UG, was conducted by the National Testing Agency (NTA) on May 5 with around 240,000 candidates.

The results were announced on June 4.

There were allegations of leakage of exam questions and other irregularities in the examination in states like Bihar. The allegations led to protests in several cities and filing of petitions in several high courts and the Supreme Court. PTI SSG NN

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