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PM Modi who stopped war between two countries, is unable to stop paper leak in the country: Rahul Gandhi

NEW DELHI: Congress leader and newly elected Lok Sabha member from Rae Bareli, Rahul Gandhi made a scathng attack attacked the BJP-led NDA government on the NEET paper leak.

Rahul said that the future of 24 lakh students is in limbo due to the NEET paper leak, yet the BJP central government is silent on this matter.

 He said that the arrests made in Bihar, Gujarat and Haryana clearly show that corruption has taken place in a planned manner in the examination. He alleged that BJP-ruled states have become the epic center of the paper leak case.

Rahul Gandhi takes a jibe at the prime minister Narendra Modi saying sarcastically that Modi ji had stopped the war between Ukraine and Russia, Modi had also stopped the fight between Israel and Gaza. But for some reason, Modi has not been able to stop the paper leak in India, or he does not want to stop it.

 

 

 Former Congress President Rahul Gandhi alleged that Prime Minister Narendra Modi is either unable to stop the paper leak or he does not want to stop it.

The former Congress President also claimed that educational institutions have been taken over by people associated with the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) and its parent organization RSS. He said that until this situation is not changed, paper leaks will not stop.

He also said that in our Nyaya Patra, we had guaranteed to secure the future of the youth by making strict laws against paper leak. While fulfilling the responsibility of the opposition, we are committed to making such strict policies by strongly raising the voice of the youth from the streets to the Parliament and putting pressure on the government.

He said that during the Bharat Jodo Nyay Yatra, we went from Manipur to Maharashtra, during which thousands of youth raised the issue of paper leak. You all know that NEET-UGC NET papers have been leaked and have also been cancelled.

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