Earlier, candidates who had appeared for the NEET in Gujarati medium had moved the high court seeking the court's direction to the CBSE to scrap the test held on May 7 and hold it afresh with same set of question papers for English and Gujarati languages.
They said, "questions asked to them were nearly totally different from questions asked to English medium students, with Gujarati medium questions being of much higher level of difficulty."
In reply to this, CBSE told the Gujarat High Court that ""it framed different sets of question papers fearing that regional language papers would get leaked"
On to this, the court expressed its dissatisfaction over the CBSE's reply saying that "the argument was not valid as leaking a paper was a possibility even in English language question papers."
Till now, the NEET-UG was conducted in six additional languages i.e. Gujarati, Marathi, Bengali, Assamese, Telugu and Tamil, apart from conventional English, Hindi.