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NEET aspirant from Kerala files police complaint alleging that invigilator kept staring at her breasts
Controversies surrounding the National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET) conducted on Sunday don't seem to die.

In a latest controversy surrounding the exam, an 18-year-old female medical student appearing for the exam in Kerala has lodged a police compliant against an invigilator alleging that he kept inappropriately staring at her breasts during the entire exam.

As per a PTI report, the incident took place at the examination center at Lion's School in Pallakad district of Kerala. A case against the examination observer has been registered by the police and investigations are underway.

The police are reportedly now trying to get in touch with other students present inside the examination hall to know more about the incident.

Not only this, the girl along with some other female students was made to remove her bra before entering the hall because of the presence of metal hooks as metal is one of the things listed amongst the 'not allowed' items.

The girl has alleged that because of the invigilator's inappropriate way of looking at her, she was unable to concentrate on her exam. As per various media reports, the girl's sister has alleged that the invigilator would come near her and stare at her breasts, instead of the face.

Notably, more than 1 lakh NEET aspirants appeared for the examination in Kerala this year.

Such a controversy surrounding NEET had come up last year as well when a student in Kanpur had alleged that she was made to remove her inner wear before being allowed to proceed for the examination.

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