Supreme court decision regarding question in Physics, alleging translation error

The Supreme Court on 30/11/2021 dismissed a writ petition seeking deletion of a question in Physics, alleging translation error. The Centre informed the Supreme  court that a three-member panel constituted could not find any discrepancy in the question paper.

The bench of justices Chandrachud and Bopanna observed that as the question is from physics, the supreme court has to go with the panel's recommendation. "We would have looked more into it if it was a law paper. But least of all if its Physics. We have to draw the line. It would be beyond the remit of this court to indulge in this exercise. The panel of experts has submitted their opinion. We are unable to interfere. We dismiss it," the bench observed.

Solicitor General Tushar Mehta said that the 3 experts panel  found no discrepancy in the alleged question in physics. "The answer is the same whether for the English paper or for Hindi paper," SG informed to the supreme court.

Supreme Court final order - Case dismissed.

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