Petition filed in the Supreme Court against the decision to conduct the Plus One exam offline supreme court

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New Delhi: A petition has been filed in the Supreme Court against the government’s decision to conduct the Plus One exam offline. Justice A.M. A bench headed by Khanwilker will consider the petition tomorrow.

Rasool Shan, a lawyer practicing in the Attingal court and Congress Kadakkavur constituency president, has filed the petition in the Supreme Court. TPR in the state. The rate is more than 15 percent. More than 50% of the total Kovid cases in the country are in Kerala. Students writing the Plus One exam are not vaccinated. The model test was conducted online. The petition also states that a second examination is not required.

The petition seeks that the state government conduct an offline examination for political gain and therefore the court should intervene. The petition also cites a previous court order that if the spread of Kovid in Kerala increases, strong action will be taken against the culprits. The petition was filed by advocate Prashant Padmanabhan.

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