The Supreme Court today expressed displeasure over the way Centre interfered with its NEET order and refused to stay it.
The apex court said it will not interfere in the manner as it will create more confusion.
The SC bench headed by Justice A R Dave said the Centre’s interference in the apex court’s previous National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET) order was not in “good taste”.
An ordinance by the Union government had deferred the Supreme Court order to conduct NEET, a common medical entrance test across the country, from this year.
The ordinance kept the state boards out of the ambit of the uniform medical
medical entrance examination, NEET, for one academic year.
Union Cabinet cleared the Ordinance hours after both Houses of Parliament were prorogued by the President on May 19.
As per law, at least one of the House of Parliament should not be in session to enable the government to come out with an Ordinance