JEE, NEET to be held as scheduled, guidelines Supreme Court

New Delhi, September 4

The Supreme Court as we speak dismissed a petition filed by six Cabinet ministers from as many non-BJP dominated states in search of a assessment of its August 17 resolution giving the go forward to carry JEE and NEET.

“We have carefully gone through the review petitions and connected papers. We find no merit in the review petitions (including the one filed by six state ministers) and the same are accordingly dismissed,” mentioned a Bench of Justice Ashok Bhushan, Justice BR Gavai and Justice Krishna Murari.

Sajjan’s bail plea nixed

The SC on Friday dismissed a bail plea of former Delhi Congress chief Sajjan Kumar, serving life sentence in a 1984 anti-Sikh riots case. “This is not a small case… We cannot grant you bail,” a Bench instructed Kumar’s counsel Vikas Singh.

The resolution was taken throughout in-chamber “hearing by circulation” the place no attorneys had been current.

The ministers had requested the SC to rethink its August 17 resolution retaining in view the Covid-19 state of affairs throughout the nation. — TNS

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