Recently, a plea has been made challenging the conduct of intermediate semester examinations for law students this year. Wherein, the court sought response for the BCI and Karnataka State Law University (KSLU) for the same.
By considering the incident that took place at Etah, Uttar Pradesh where police broke the doors and dragged and assaulted an advocate without mercy, the BCI stated that “there is no limit to such atrocities of UP police and it has crossed all the limits”. And BCI requested the CJI and Chief Justice of Allahabad HC to take immediate steps to find the guilty personnel and punish them.
Pursuant to a petition related to tampering with answer sheets, the Delhi HC allowed 14 NEET aspirants to physically inspect their OMR sheets at the office of National Testing Agency. The court granted permission to take photos of the original OMR Sheets.
Recently, the Kerala HC directed the CBI to investigate the Periya double case which took place at periya, Kasargod district. Today, the state government of Kerala sought Supreme Court against the decision of HC, where the honourable Supreme Court dismissed the government’s plea.