The Bombay high court at Goa will hear a matter in-regards with conducting of SSC exams in the state on Wednesday. High Court has sought a reply from Goa Govt pertaining to central guidelines and traffic management plans in view of pandemic.
The Goa Board for secondary and higher secondary education has scheduled SSC exam starting May 21.
Leader of opposition has criticized the state government for conducting the exams.
Taking a jibe at the petitioner for approaching high court in regards with SSC exams, Goa BJP leader Laxmikant Parsekar accompanied with State BJP Chief Sadanand Tanavde said that Goa board for secondary education will take full responsibility if pandemic, outbreaks students community while conducting SSC exams in Goa. The state BJP will back Goa Board for conducting exams.
Parsekar, further criticized Leader of Opposition Digambar Kamat for politicizing the SSC exam issue.