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The case of internet shutdown during REET exam in Rajasthan reached the Supreme court, this demand was made

Pankaj Prasad
Rajasthan Direct School Teacher Recruitment Examination
Rajasthan Direct School Teacher Recruitment Examination

About 9 lakh candidates will give paper in this examination. On the other hand, paper leak gangs are also active.

Successfully conducting the REET exam in Rajasthan remains a serious problem for the Gehlot government and the police. About 9 lakh candidates will give paper in this examination. On the other hand, paper leak gangs are also active. In such a situation, to avoid paper leak, the internet was ordered to be shut down in 11 districts. After which this matter has reached the Supreme Court. Significantly, the papers of this exam have also been leaked in 2021-22. 

Rajasthan direct to conduct school teacher recruitment examA petition has been filed in the Supreme Court seeking directions on the practical implementation of the internet shutdown in view of the recent suspension of internet services in Jaipur and other places.

Regarding the order dated February 24 issued by the Divisional Commissioner, Bharatpur Divisional Office for conducting the Rajasthan Direct School Teacher Recruitment Examination (REET 2023) as per the rules of the Staff Selection Board. Through this order, internet services have been suspended in Jaipur, Bharatpur and many other districts. 

It has been said in the petition that such action shows the inability to conduct such examination. 

It has been demanded in the petition that in such a situation the fundamental rights,In particular, for the enforcement of the right to life, liberty and dignity, the State Government shall act in accordance with the judgment of the Court in the Anuradha Bhasin case.The state government should work according to the decision of the court given in the Anuradha Bhasin case.The state government should work according to the decision of the court given in the Anuradha Bhasin case.

In 2020, in the case of Anuradha Bhasin vs Union of India, the Supreme Court clearly ordered that the state should impose such restrictions only when the situation is 'necessary' and 'unavoidable'. 

The petitioner has requested for practical implementation of internet shutdown. Also sought to implement the directions and guidelines as per the order of the court.