Questions of forgery, tampering not capable of summary adjudication under Article 226: Delhi High Court in JEE marks case

The petitioner claimed that his percentile was 98.81. However, after the second edition of JEE Mains in September 2020, the same had been reduced to 51.8 in the combined scoresheet.
Delhi High Court, JEE
Delhi High Court, JEE

The Delhi High Court has ruled that questions of forgery, fraud and tampering require elaborate evidence, and are thus not capable of summary adjudication under Article 226 of the Constitution (Gaurav Jaiswal v. Union of India).

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