The Supreme Court on Thursday reserved its decision on a plea regarding the quota of the Economically Weaker Section (EWS) in connection with the NEET-PG recordings.
Judges DY Chandrachud and AS Bopanna invited the parties to submit their written submissions for consideration.
“We have been hearing this case for two days, we need to start counseling in the national interest,” the bank said.
Attorney General Tushar Mehta told the highest court he wants to clear up the confusion that there is a change in the rules of the game halfway through.
“First, there is no change in the rules of the game. The regime that is the subject of this challenge has been implemented since 2019, except in the All India Quota,” he explained.
Senior attorneys Arvind Datar and Shyam Divan appeared in court on behalf of some candidates.
Senior advocate P Wilson appeared before the government of Tamil Nadu.
The Center had told the highest court on Wednesday that it would not accept a position depriving those who fall into the OBC or EWS category, either before or after the exercise of revising the criterion of Rs 8 lakh annual income, of anything that’s rightful because of them.
The NEET-PG candidates, who challenged a 29 July 2021 notice for the implementation of the OBC and EWS quotas of the 2021-22 academic year, opposed the government’s justification to increase the income criterion of Rs 8 lakh and said no investigation has been done. performed on it.
Under the banner of the Federation of Resident Doctors’ Association (FORDA) in Delhi and other parts of the country, massive protests were staged under the banner of the Federation of Resident Doctors’ Association (FORDA) in Delhi and other parts of the country by local doctors from several hospitals against the delay in the NEET-PG counseling, which has been postponed due to the pending case and the Center that decides to reconsider the criterion for setting the EWS quota.