The Congress told the governor that due to a "discrepancy", the NEET question papers in Gujarati were more difficult than those in English, the party said in a release. According to Congress, as many as 47,583 students of the Gujarat board, who had given the test in Gujarati, would be "subjected to injustice in the admission". At present, the first round of the admission process as per NEET merit list is completed.
Congress alleged the Centre and state government failed to initiate any measures "to save these students from facing injustice in admission" despite knowing that the question papers in Gujarati were more difficult than those in English.
Meanwhile, the Congress has threatened to intensify protests if the government fails to come up with a solution to the issue at the earliest.
The opposition party announced that it will participate in the protest march to be held in Ahmedabad on August 17.
Congress leaders would take out rallies in all the districts of Gujarat on August 18 if the issue is not resolved, according to the release.
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