SC Hearing Update: Apr 30

Finally A Big Day for NEET-PG aspirants . All arguments came to an end . After CBSE lawyer's arguments, all senior counsels filed rejoinder to the MCI's arguments. Every senior counsel was given 2 -3 minutes to consolidate their points. 

Mr Mohan Parasaran who appeared for private deemed universities said that MCI is just an autonomous body under central government and MCI doesnt have power to regulate examinations. 

After hearing all arguments, the Bench reserved the judgement. As such the Bench didn't give any specific date for judgement.
  • CJI asked for written submission from all the lawyers who have been left.
  • KKV & Salve tried to speak but refused by CJI. 
  • He said that all those who want to say anything now they should give in writing by Thursday.
  • No more hearing in this case. 
  • Final judgement is reserved.

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