The Bench consisted of Justice AM Khanwilkar, Justice Dinesh Maheshwari and Justice Sanjiv Khanna.
The petition was documented through Advocates Rishi Kapoor, Ashish Pandey and Advocate on Record Ronak Kanakpuria.
The petition states that the Rajasthan Government’s decision to hold examinations for Class 10 students should be discarded.
The Bench expressed that the Rajasthan High Court order to allow exams were passed on May 29 and from that point forward there has been no new COVID19 case in examination halls.
It likewise expressed that the state government will play it safe according to the national rules and guidelines. The state would take every necessary precaution needed to prevent the spread of infection.
The Supreme Court likewise wouldn’t meddle in the issue considering the recrnt judgment by Justice L Nageshwara Rao in Rajshree versus State of Karnataka where the court held that there would be least obstruction by Supreme Court in scholarly issues.
The hearing, which kept going not more than 15 minutes, was about a plea by Maghi Devi, an inhabitant of Bikaner and parent of a wronged understudy who had moved the Court on Sunday itself against the Division seat judgment of the Rajasthan High Court of May 29, whereby the court had permitted the state board tests expressing that all focal government security rules and guidelines would be followed.
The plea stated that about 11,86,418 students would be exposed to this pandemic.